Instructional Grouping for Reading for Students with LD As general education classrooms become more heterogeneous, due in part to the integration of students with LD, special and general education teachers need to use a variety of instructional techniques to meet the individual needs of their students.
Arguably this is a development in a different direction: As already mentioned, there are plenty of people who become so instinctual at a particular skill that they forget the theory - because they no longer need it - and as such make worse teachers than someone who has good ability at the conscious competence stage.
Alternatively, a fifth stage of sorts has been represented as follows: Here are other contributions to the subject of a possible fifth stage of the conscious competence model, most recent last: David wrote, May As a fifth level, I like what I call 'reflective competence'.
As a teacher, I thought "If unconscious competence is the top level, then how on earth can I teach things I'm unconsciously competent at?
So, reflective competence - a step beyond unconscious competence.
Conscious of my own unconscious competence, yes, as you suggest. But additionally looking at my unconscious competence from the outside, digging to find and understand the theories and models and beliefs that clearly, based on looking at what I do, now inform what I do and how I do it.
These won't be the exact same theories and models and beliefs that I learned consciously and then became unconscious of. They'll include new ones, the ones that comprise my particular expertise. And when I've surfaced them, I can talk about them and test them. Nonaka is good on this Nonaka, I.
David Baume, May And from Linda Gilbert along similar lines, May Responding to your inquiry about "fifth stage of learning model" on your conscious competence learning model webpage I've heard of one that belongs - I think it was called "re-conscious competence.
That stage takes attention to process at a meta-cognitive level. Many people never reach it - we all know experts who can't tell you how they're doing what they're doing.
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