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Skills Acquisition Model

   

Definition: the Skills Acquisition Model is a 5-stage model by Dreyfus & Dreyfus of the mental activities involved in directed skill acquisition individuals move through when acquiring skills through instruction and practicing:
Stage 1. Novice > Stage 2. Competence > Stage 3. Proficiency > Stage 4. Expertise > Stage 5. Mastery.
Later they slightly improved their stages and titles into:
Stage 1. Novice > Stage 2. Advanced Beginner > Stage 3. Competent > Stage 4. Proficient > Stage 5. Expert.


   
   
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