Jumplinks to Student Questions: 00:00:23 - Introduction 00:02:16 - 1- How do I know when to move on? 00:07:26 - 2- How do I know if I have mastered a topic? 00:12:05 - Do I move on if I'm only having problems with one exercise in a lesson? 00:14:37 - 3- I'm feeling burned on this material, is it wrong to move on? 00:16:51 - 4- How do I set goals for a lesson or a set of lessons? 00:22:00 - 5- What BPM should I be able to play this exercise at before I can move on? 00:25:53 - 6- When I move on from material, do I still review it? 00:29:16 - 7- When should I move on to a new material and add the current material to my review time? 00:31:18 - 8- How long should I spend on a lesson or a course before moving on? 00:34:11 - Do you have students stalling on a lesson they have mastered to avoid learning new material? 00:40:45 - Is there a list of music terminology such as "after the bridge?" 00:49:55 - 9- Stuck on this one exercise...Should I move on? 00:50:41 - 10- It is taking more than a week to get this lesson down, is that wrong? 00:51:24 - 11- I'm in the beginner track but my hand technique sucks, should I start the hand technique track and then comeback to the beginner track? 00:53:04 - A teacher is going to watch my performance next week and critique my performance, how should I get the most from this experience? 00:56:42 - 12- Exercise x,y,z is something I can't get to my goal BPM because my foot can't do it, what should I do 00:57:38 - 13- Mistaking a new technique or a lack of endurance as something wrong. 00:58:00 - 14- Pain vs. Fatigue vs. Lack of endurance 01:02:17 - Taking a break from an exercise you are struggling with, and then being able to play it. 01:08:09 - Struggling with up tempo sambas with my bass drum foot. 01:11:30 - A friend suggested we try to play a song "Bubbly" by Colbie Caillat, having issues with press roll in the verse groove.