Stages of Learning

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  • Stages of Learning
    • Cognitive Stage
      • external feedback
      • mental picture created
      • trial & error learning
      • coach - verbal cueing & clear demonstrations
      • whole - part - whole practsie
      • many errors made
      • no movement pattern formed
      • little kinaesthetic awareness
      • success reinforced
    • Associative Stage
      • 'practise stage'
      • feedback is still external
      • begin to correct errors alone
      • less demonstrations needed
      • inconsistant in success
      • less errors, more refined skill
      • development of movement patterns / kinaesthetic awareness
    • Autonomous Stage
      • 'final stage'
      • feedback is internal
      • tactics become a focus
      • skill competed without conscious control
      • skill becomes refined
      • skill can be used to develop more advanced skills
      • automatic
      • consistant success
      • distractions ignored
      • coach input is minor

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