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As music teachers we find it helpful to be aware of the learning model that defines students as at one of four stages: Stage 1 unconscious incompetence Stage 2 conscious incompetence Stage 3 conscious competence Stage 4 unconscious competence The model explains the process and stages of learning a new skill Teachers commonly assume “students” to be at stage 2, and focus effort towards achieving stage 3, when often trainees are often still at stage 1.
In economics , total-factor productivity ( TFP ), also called multi-factor productivity , is a variable which accounts for effects in total output not caused by traditionally measured inputs.
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