Syllabus, 2015-2016

I’m 8 weeks away from walking Seattle University‘s commencement stage–receiving a Master of Arts in Adult Education & Training, with a Human Resource Development specialization. How’s that for a mouth-full?! Human learning, evolution and development is a wonderful and inspiring thing. We learn all of our lives–taking-in, processing, and using the learning subconsciously and consciously. In “adult education” classes, we…

Doing the Work

There’s a framework (pictured right, source) known as the four stages of learning, four stages of competence, competence hierarchy, or the learning continuum. It presents the idea that humans can move in four stages from being unskilled to skilled–incompetent to competent. Moving from left to right: unconscious incompetence (not knowing what you don’t know), conscious incompetence (knowing you don’t know, but not knowing…