(Getty ) When giving advice during practice, it is easy to mistake critique for correction, a subtle distinction. What drives mastery is encoding success—performing an action the right way over and over.
How Rehearsing Tasks Frees the Brain
OCTOBER 27, 2012Doug Lemov, WSJ
Practice lets us execute a task while using less and less active brain processing. It makes things automatic. When performers master one aspect of their work, they free their minds to think about another aspect. Read more: WSJ