At this stage, all learning comes together to adapt and solve novel problems
At this stage, a person can only recognize they know something
Repeated exposure leads to familiarity, so people then recognize what they are learning.
With enough repetition and rehearsal, a person can remember and recall what they have learned. Just remember.
Focus: Remember and repeat something without help
Here, a person can execute their learning at the "easy" level. This happens after many instances of remembering + using knowledge in the real-world.
Focus: Execute skills at a passable level
With true comprehension, learning is fairly automatic and skills execution requires lesser effort. A person starts having insights into their knowledge.
Focus: Beginning of expertise
Generalized learning comes from extensive practice and diverse knowledge. A person can solve new problems and connect the dots.
Focus: Expert, thought leadership, innovation
This is how you go from a beginner to an innovator