The Five Stages of Learning

The Five Stages of Learning:

  1. Unconscious incompetence – I don’t know what I don’t know
  2. Conscious incompetence – I know what I don’t know
  3. Conscious competence – I know what I know
  4. Unconscious competence – I don’t know what I know
  5. Reflective or enlightened competence – I am aware that I don’t know what I know but I can shift back into conscious competence to teach someone else

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3 Responses to The Five Stages of Learning

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  2. Very interesting concept.I have what I call( K.I.A) the Know It All attitude and Don’t Know And Don’t Care
    Thank you very much.
    AL

  3. Very interesting concept of learning.I use ( K.I.A.) Know It All (D.K.I.A) Don’t Know It All and some Don’t Know And Don’t Care.

    Thank you very much for information.

    Allison(Mr.)

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