Improvising Musicians' Self-Regulation and Distributed Creativities: A Phenomenological Investigation.
Leon de Bruin
Thinking Skills and Creativity | Elsevier | Published : 2019
This paper explores musical improvisation, examining the learning processes utilized in acquiring improvisational skill, and the development of creative processes and expression of six elite Australian improvisers. Taking a socio-constructivist approach to examining how groups and individuals engage in, sustain, support, and productively develop processes of collaborative learning, this phenomenological study investigates the temporal and sequential characteristics of SRL and SSRL regulation that can inform teachers’ facilitation of group learning in the creative music ensemble. Concepts of meta-cognition and regulation of activity as a stable trait are challenged by the diverse ways self-re..View full abstract
This article was supported by a Monash University Postgraduate Publications Award.