Four Stages of Learning by EquippingLeaders

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									                           Four Universal Stages
                                of Learning
                                      by John S. Oliver

INTRODUCTION
     Here you have a simple yet profound tool.
     You have been following these stages all your life.
     Today you can begin to become conscious of your learning.
     This can help you over the bumps of your life.
     As you understand this, then you can better help others.
     You can become a better teacher, leader, mentor and friend.
     Minutes invested mastering these materials will yield huge returns.

AUDIENCES
     Students
     Teachers
     Coaches
     Pastors
     Mentors
     Parents
     Followers of Jesus
     Leaders in the local church

PURPOSES
    Understand the four universal stages of learning
    Improve your learning by using these better
    Gain a handy tool to gain hope and faith as needed
    Notice this at work all around you in the lives of others
    Use these to better encourage and lead others
    Teach these to others so they will learn more quickly and easily

SUMMARY
    The four universal stages of learning (unfolding from bottom to top)
           4 . Unconscious Competence
           3. Conscious Competence
           2. Conscious Incompetence
           1. Unconscious Incompetence
    A way to quickly write down these for accurate recall
           UC
           CC
           CI
           UI
SYNONYMS
    Unconscious
          Drowsy, Oblivious, Senseless, Dead to the world, In a coma
    Incompetence
          Inability, Worthlessness, Ignorance, Ineptitude, Incapacity
    Conscious
          Aware, Alert, Attentive, Awake, Intentional
    Competence
          Proficiency, Ability, Fitness, Capability, Skill


CONCEPTS
    4 . Unconscious Competence
           quickly and easily do it
           hardly a second thought
           like automatic pilot
    3. Conscious Competence
           must remain very alert
           diligent in each key step
           aware of the process unfolding
    2. Conscious Incompetence
           painfully aware of weaknesses
           external and/or internal reminders of inablity
           stings to even think about it
    1. Unconscious Incompetence
           ignorance is bliss
           not know or care of the inability
           too distracted or consumed with other


CHILDHOOD APPLICATIONS
     Personal development
            Walk
            Talk
            Clothe self
            Ride bicycle
     Schooling
            Read
            Write
            Math
            Sports
     Other
            Swim
            Play musical instrument
            Communicate with the opposite sex
            Put together a wardrobe
ADULT APPLICATIONS
         Christian growth
                 Study the Bible
                 Intercede
                 Lead a group
                 Public speaking
         Career
                 Remember the names, faces and functions of key people
                 Keep up with the phone emails, calls, mail, faxes
                 Set up and use files on hard drive and manila folders
                 Get reports and projects done on time
                 Fill out the various forms correctly
                 Know where to get needed information
                 Use new computer software
                 Make sales presentation
                 Public speaking
         Parenting
                 Correct disobedient child
                 Have heart to heart talk
                 Resolve conflict between siblings
         College student
                 Raise enough money
                 Juggle the many tasks
                 Meet the deadlines
                 Crate a Power Point slide show
                 Make a video for a class project
         Seminary and Bible college student
                 Greek
                 Hebrew
                 Turabian format
                 Preach
                 Internship
         Public Speaking
                 Speak long enough and not too long
                 Improve in giving an impromptu speech
                 Minimize and even eliminate the AHs and UMs
                 Improve gestures
                 Improve eye contact

								
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