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Old 09-26-2019, 02:40 PM   #11
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Default Re: Better teaching methods?

Originally Posted by 3D Piper View Post

Sadly, even with the best instruction, it comes down to the student to apply what they have learned. I remind my students: "I will not make you a bagpiper, YOU will make you a bagpiper." My job is to straighten their sails and point their SS Bagpiper boat back in the right direction, not move their fingers for them. If students don't have the motivation to do the work themselves, they will never progress.


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