Learning about Learning with Dreyfus
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Lightning talk given at XP2011

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  • 1. Learning about learning with the Dreyfus Model @patkua
  • 2. How do you learn?
  • 3. Dreyfus Model of Skills Acquisition
  • 4. Hubert Dreyfus Stuart Dreyfus
  • 5. Expert Proficient Competent Advanced Beginner Novice
  • 6. “Novice”
  • 7. Expert Proficient Competent Advanced Beginner Novice
  • 8. “Competent”
  • 9. Expert Proficient Competent Advanced Beginner Novice
  • 10. “Expert”
  • 11. It is not a smooth transition
  • 12. Expert Proficient Competent Advanced Beginner Novice
  • 13. You must go slow to go fast
  • 14. Why does this matter?
  • 15. Your needs differ at different stages
  • 16. Understandyour level, customise your learning needs
  • 17. Expert Proficient Competent Advanced Beginner Novice
  • 18. Advanced Novice Competent Proficient Expert Beginner
  • 19. Advanced Novice Competent Proficient Expert Beginner Needs Monitoring Unrestrained Drive to expand Guidelines Real world practice knowledge and Rule book experience exposure Simple, controlled Time to reflect Instructional experiments Feedback
  • 20. Advanced Novice Competent Proficient Expert Beginner Needs Monitoring Unrestrained Drive to expand Guidelines Real world practice knowledge and Rule book experience exposure Simple, controlled Time to reflect Instructional experiments Feedback Checklists Own work Simulations Field trips allocation How Exposure to Classroom learning Games Peer-to-peer outside thinking Case studies comparisons Best Practices Q&A Shadowing Time to explore Performing mentoring
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