100 Days.. what's it all about?
What’s it all about?
100 Days (out of 103 days) of continuous instrumental practice
Recommended length of practice, 30 minutes, but no less than of 10 minutes a day.
The teacher will offer a Pizza Party , prizes and a $20 tuition credit following the 100th recorded day.
The Parent will match-fund (or more) the teacher’s credit, either in cash or vouchers/tokens (Amazon/iTunes/etc) to reward the Student
The Parent has to monitor and witness that the practice has actually taken place using a 100 Day chart.
Three ‘X’ days may be used for unpracticed days.
If the continuity of practice is broken for more than three ‘X’ days, the Student must restart the challenge.
To the Student:
On completion, a sense of achievement!
Incentive rewards for completion.
A certificate to show your friends.
Pizza Party and Prizes
Make More Progress in less time.
To the Parent:
The parents are not wasting money on lessons that are repeated teaching the same thing or ‘practicing’ during lessons.
An audible difference in the Student’s playing.
An assisted development in the Student’s daily time management.
A progress in core curricular subjects, attention to detail and possibly a new found confidence in their instrument and abilities.