I know this formula, and I don't know where did I read it (or maybe heard about):
Conscious accuracy + continuous practice = spontaneous fluency
It's an educational technique for long-term learning processes which require the learner to develop motor-skills, like playing piano, touch-typing, martial arts, etc.
This formula in brief says that:
- You don't have direct control over your brain, and it's a black box to you
- Your only duty is to provide content for you brain
- Every action you do during learning process should be consciously accurate
- You should practice more and more (PMP)
- You should not care about becoming fluent, as it's not under your direct control
- After a while, you brain reaches fluency
- The more you provide accuracy for your conscious mind, and the more you practice, the more fluency you'll get from it
I Googled this formula and to my surprise I found almost nothing related. So, I have this question:
Is this a subject of cognitive sciences? And if so, is it valid? Do we have a theory regarding these arguments for developing motor-skills?