Autonomous Stage of Learning

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  • Autonomous Stage of Learning
    • Characteristics
      • Skill can be performed automatically, without conscious thought
      • The performer is able to focus on other facotrs
        • Tactics and strategies can become the main focus now
      • A skill can now be used as a basis for a more advanced skill
        • Skills are relegated and become a subroutine
    • Guidance
      • Visual guidance is LESS important
        • Videos of own performance will be useful to crrect minor faults
      • Verbal guidance is more important as performers are able to translate information into movement
        • Can be detailed and technical
      • Manual guidance is of limited use as performer has kinaesthetic awareness
    • Feedback
      • Delayed - they are able to detect their own errors with intrinsic feedback
        • Their able to make corrections to their own performance
      • Any extrinsic feedback can be detailed and technical
    • Practical Example
      • High Jumper can now make minor adjustments to their technique
        • Use of video performance would aid these adjustments
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