…and how to set microshaping up for success;
a) aim for 95-100% success in each approximation. Let’s face it, if we only hit the car brakes in 80% of emergencies we’d be in trouble 😉
b) have a base, or starting, behaviour that is conducive moving to the next correct approximation.
Refresh the base behavior frequently, especially if the learners confidence decreased.
The error rate may go up if the learner gets fatigued so look out for fatigue and stop the session before that happens.