Probably most of DTM is for jazz students anyway, but I got a bit more direct about how one might practice after taking a job at NEC. Consult the Manual has the relevant material.
A lot of what’s in the NEC stuff is what any competent teacher would tell a jazz class. However, three essays were especially fun to write:
Judge Not. Lest Ye Be Not Judged (the preliminary round of the Monk Competition)
Theory and European Classical Music (includes performances of Miriam Gideon and Vivian Fine)
Air de Ballet (advice for dance class pianists)
Looking ahead, I have at least two or three more NEC missives to do, about source material for harmony, how to use the computer for practice, and about the magical “feet in three.”