"To be able to do the task consistently, with ease."
EVERY TIME, not almost every time. It has to look easy, feel easy, and sound easy.
- Comprehension (knowledge) - understand the task
- Cooperation - practice until you get it right (physical cooperation)
- Constructive Repetition - when you get it right, repeat six times to make up for each time you didn't get it right, and then add 10 more repetitions
Goals when reviewing: Tone, in tune, musical line, essence of child coming through the piece.
Transformation comes through skill, not knowledge.
At the bottom of the page I jotted: "See quote Nurtured by Love art." Possibly I was referring to one of these two sentences? [edit - maybe it says"Swc quote...," like I would know it well enough to know what that stood for?]
"The substance of art did not lie, after all, at such a height or distance. It was, rather, in a most ordinary place: within my own self."
"Works of art encompass in their entirety an artist's personality, sensibility, and ability." (Nurtured by Love - revised ed. p.106
Finally, notes jotted on a scrap of paper transcribed here ... I can't even tell you when/where this talk aired. Possibly in Parents as Partners 2012? Or the SAA Online Mini Conference? I'll use the PP label, in any event, as I will with the other notes I found with this one. If any reader can help fill in my memory lapses, please contribute!