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1 Motor Learning Theories
3.3 The Event

2 Fitts & Posner (1967) STAGES OF LEARNING
There are three main stages we go through as we learn a complex skill Cognitive – finding out Associative - practicing Autonomous - automatic Read Pg and answer questions

3 COGNITIVE During this phase the learner finds out what to do
Identify subroutines Learn sequence Phase is characterised by lots of errors A lot of specific feedback is required

4 ASSOCIATIVE This is the practise phase after having received and understood information about performing skill Amount of practise will depend on complexity of skill, ability, past experience and motivation As you refine skills you make fewer and fewer errors Some performers struggle and remain within this stage for years and may never reach autonomous phase

5 AUTONOMOUS This is the automatic phase where skill becomes easy to accomplish Skill is now organised so movement can be performed without thinking about individual elements Skill can now just be part of overall game or can become a subroutine for even more complex skill

6 Schmidt – Schema Theory
Recall Schema Initial Condition Skill Aims Responses Information regarding how the player is feeling, and the environment they are working in, eg - Information regarding the objective of the action In order to achieve the goal/objective, information is required regarding …….

7 Training Application Go back through your training sessions and:
Identify the stage of learning you were at. Explain how and why this affected the planning of your session Explain how and why this affected your training while your were actually in the pool.

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