Project 1. Signature pedagogies in creative collaboration: Lessons for and from music
Develop a model of signature pedagogies and environmental supports that foster the 21st century skills of creativity, innovation, collaboration and cooperation.
Provides a unique focus on pedagogies of expert creative collaborative practice.
Advanced chamber music training environments characterised by:
- Individual risk in performance; collaborative exchange; individual accountability
Expected outcomes and benefits
- Pedagogical model of creative collaboration.
- Translational application in industries, professions and higher education.
- Ground-breaking innovation in musician career development.
- Identify signature pedagogical strategies that promote and support expert creative collaboration;
- Identify environmental affordances and constraints that support and underpin expert creative collaboration;
- Develop a pedagogical model of expert creative collaboration that has translational impact beyond music disciplines;
- Provide policy makers and educators with new knowledge of pedagogical processes and practices that stimulate expert creative collaboration.
Case studies of pedagogy in advanced chamber music collaboration
Participants: Program participants (Past and current); Music Directors; Eminent Musician Coaches; Program Administration.
Methods: Group and individual interviews about:
- Pedagogical practices and environments that support learning and development;
- Practices and features that support collaboration in learning, development as creative practitioners;
- Impacts of collaborative learning and creative development on lives and learning;
- Prior experience, goals and aspirations;
- Program’s enduring impacts on knowledge, skills, and work practices in creative collaboration.
In-person and video observations of teaching and learning activities, to capture key pedagogical strategies.
Australian Research Council Discovery project (DP200101943), 2020 – 2023