Volume 4 | Issue 2 | 2016



When the relationships developed in a learning environment involve communication, processing and enrichment of views with new ideas, exchange of experiences and emotions, then the instruction is converted into what Donald Schön describes as Reflection in action. In this work we interpret (Reflection on action) the reflection in action of Donald Schön approaching stochastically the process through an experiential musical(Jazz) and visual approach, with the presence of virtual participants (Virtual Paricipants). From the assessment of the process it became clear that reflection in action is an important process in every learning environment, which, however, although it is not based on a specific mental process,it can be enhanced by the use of appropriate techniques and thus to lead to the strengthening of reflective learning


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