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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. The Conscious Competence Learning Model
Total factor productivity 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 of labor and capital.
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