In the introduce yourself section you gave this examplary structure for a practice session to someone who asked about how to start. Looking at it, I realized that my practice is kind of unstructered. I play whatever comes to my mind, when I sit at the piano. I will start using this structure from now on, but I was wondering, if you could provide us (and future beginners) with an outline such as this one or even better sets of “homework” to give a structure to our learning. (Or maybe this exists already and I haven’t found it.)
Why I am asking for this: I have watched quite a few of the beginners lessons and I think I have understood most concepts theoretically, since you explain them quite clearly and in a very structured way.
Nevertheless, I struggle remembering the exercises, when I sit at the piano and I don’t know, should I be exercising scales first or 2-5-1s. So a cheat sheet for learners would be good. Maybe along the lines of “If you have 1 hour for practice, do this” or “If you have 30 minutes, do this” and with a supershort reminder of how each exercise works (eg. play the inversions, appregiate the inversions…).
Rather then having this in form of a post in this forum, I think it would be super helpful to have it as a PDF to download. Maybe even several PDFs (in the form of week 1 do this, week 2 do this).
I know, it sounds super “schoolish”, but I think it would help me and it might give learners the good feeling of having accomplished something (like: I did my homework for today).
Looking forward to what you think.