I took a few minutes to record some thoughts about the past week on my current Celta course for my trainees, focusing on the question of what makes good controlled practice.
I focus mainly on the problem of making controlled practice more than a mechanical exercise, and how to make it easier to check whether students really understand what they are doing.
It’s under 8 minutes long, audio only, so make yourself a cup of tea and let it run in the background.
If you find this useful, give it a thumbs up, and feel free to leave a comment. Or just do the old fashioned thing and talk to me about it on Monday!
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