Only perfect practice makes perfect. It might also mean playing things slowly, and working up to speed gradually again, not always such a bad thing — though there might also be something to be said for getting the tempo up first, and working on accuracy second on some occasions.
Key Participants[ edit ] PMP pairs academically struggling students with higher achieving mentors from the same neighborhoods and places them under the supervision of college interns and certified teachers for a five-week academic intensive summer program.
Students grades K — 8 in need of academic support and remediation are paired in cohorts of four and assigned a mentor for the duration of summer. Mentors are students that have completed grades 4 — 12 and have achieved proficiency. Mentors receive a small financial stipend.
Teaching Fellows are students that recently completed their junior, senior year in college or are attending graduate school.
They are provided with professional development and training prior to their placement. Teaching Coaches are certified NYC Department of Education teachers and are given responsibility for two classes over the summer.
They conduct evaluations using the Danielson Framework. Students receive instruction in math, English, and writing, in addition to enrichment activities like music, dance, and drama. Breakfast and lunch are served through the NYC School Food program; however, students can bring in their own meals.
Participants engage in a local community service project to help rebuild their neighborhoods, such as cleaning up parks or organizing food drives.
Throughout the summer, scholars partake in a spelling bee, math bee, and world day. Scholars go on trips to museums, art exhibitions, zoos, gardens, and corporate offices. Karim Adel Abouelnaga[ edit ].As many teachers have told us, practice doesn't make perfect; perfect practice makes perfect.
In other words, hours spent at the piano or in the batting cages or at the chessboard aren't worth much unless you're smart about it.
Practice Makes Perfect Holdings (PMP) is a for-profit corporation that partners with communities to create summer enrichment programs for inner-city youth from elementary school to college matriculation using a near-peer model.
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