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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. We find that when we do one day training courses in churches often people who have been playing an instrument for many years and consider themselves relatively able are quite often unconsiously incompetent. This is no slur on them, simply that they need to develop an awareness of the level of their playing and understand where they might be able to improve in order to have any knowledge of progressing beyond their current ability. It is from this self awareness that real progression and learning can begin. The Conscious Competence Learning Model
Total factor productivity The equation below (in Cobb–Douglas form) represents total output (Y) as a function of total-factor productivity (A), capital input (K), labor input (L), and the two inputs' respective shares of output (α and β are the capital input share of contribution for K and L respectively). An increase in either A, K or L will lead to an increase in output. While capital and labor input are tangible, total-factor productivity appears to be more intangible as it can range from technology to knowledge of worker (human capital). Technology Growth and Efficiency are regarded as two of the biggest sub-sections of Total Factor Productivity, the former possessing "special" inherent features such as positive externalities and non-rivalness which enhance its position as a driver of economic growth.
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