DeadlyHeptet wrote:According to Kimock, playing as often as possible creates muscle memory. So if you can play even 15 minutes as many times a day as possible, it would be more beneficial than playing for a longer period of time less often. That still does not answer how to get more of those mini-session in, but I hope it helps with the little time you have.
tcsned wrote:G. Dad, what are you studying to teach? I'm finishing my PhD in education (Instructional Design).
Grateful Dad wrote:tcsned wrote:G. Dad, what are you studying to teach? I'm finishing my PhD in education (Instructional Design).
I am getting my degree in elementary education. When I was laid off in 2009 it was a natural choice for me to go for elementary ed. Working with kids demanding but it is very rewarding, much more rewarding than working in the stressed out corporate world. After graduation next month I'll need 9 more credits for a masters degree which will open up more possibilities for me careerwise.
The responses I have received from my original post have been most encouraging. I took advantage of my extra hour on Saturday night (daylight savings time) to practice and get back in the fold. The days of 2-3 hour practices may be temporarily gone but now I'll just practice when I can steal a moment.
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