November 4, 2022

The learning stack’s five levels of reflection

5 smooth round stones stacked up in shallow water

Reflection is one of the most important factors that contribute to successful learning.

I have developed a simple five level model that I call the ‘Learning Stack’ based on the premise that reflection can have levels of ‘quality’. Better-quality reflection at the higher levels is far more likely to ensure that learning is applied on the job and results in sustained behaviour change. In other words, better quality reflection supports learning transfer.

Let’s consider what these five levels of reflection look like and how the learning stack relates to learning transfer.

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My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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