Science Shows How the Brains of Intelligent, Successful People Are Different From Everyone Else - Mic

From "Information Graphics" by Sandra Rendgen (via Brain Pickings) -- 'Two Mindsets,' Stanford, magazine article, Data Source: Carol Dweck: 'Mindset: The New Psychology of Success', Design: Nigel Holmes

Why the Progress You Make in the Practice Room Seems to Disappear Overnight

What to Do With the Parent Who's Driving You Crazy { the article is written from a Christian teacher's perspective but all points are useful for any teacher}

The Most Valuable Lesson I Learned from Playing the Violin

The Tutor Pages - Classical Violin Tutor Article: Violin Shoulder Rests by May Robertson

experts practice differently than non-experts

What do top performers do differently in the practice room than lesser performers? Some clues from a study of basketball players.

Confuse Your Students to Help Them Learn 1

Confuse Students to Help Them Learn

Article on an old idea in cognition called "cognitive dissonance" - Leon Festinger, I do believe.

Why the Wrong Kind of Praise Can Undermine Our Students’ Confidence

Why the Wrong Kind of Praise Can Undermine Our Students' Confidence

Why the Wrong Kind of Praise Can Undermine Our Students' Confidence - The Bulletproof Musician

Focus better in the practice room

I’ve been told that there are two basic strategies for cultivating a weed-free lawn.


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