Deep Practice Few Do

This post is a partial glimpse of Chapter 31: Going Mental.
The image below of the Facets Model is from page 173 in
The Practice of Practice

If you’re passionate, curious, and driven, you might do this kind of practice without much thinking. Learning just the notes, or the sounds, isn’t enough. Dig deeper.

Use the Facets Model

Facets of an Artistic Work

(Barrett, McCoy, & Veblen, 1997, p. 254).

See an application of the facets model here.

Barrett, J. R., McCoy, C. W., & Veblen, K. K. (1997). Sound ways of knowing:
Music in the interdisciplinary curriculum. New York: Schirmer.

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