1. Play your scales/gammes hands separately a few times before you play them hands together. Even if you already know how to play them, work on the crescendo's and decrescendo's first hands separate.
2. Play your scales/gammes both legato (smoothly connected) and staccato (detached) to allow you to hear the way the music could sound.
3. When you get really good at the legato/stacatto touch, try playing with your RH legato and your LH staccato and then switch it up.
4. Don't forget to play your triads and chords. These are best played immediately after the scale/gamme that corresponds to it.
Don't worry if you make mistakes while you are doing this, that is the whole point of it. These techniques will help you to grow faster in your musical journey.
And as always, ask me if you have any questions.
That is what I am here for.