A Measurable Model of the Creative Process in the Context of a Learning Process

Min Ma, Fred Van Oystaeyen


The authors’ aim was to arrive at a measurable model of the creative process by putting creativity in the context of a learning process. The authors aimed to provide a rather detailed description of how creative thinking fits in a general description of the learning process without trying to go into an analysis of a biological description of the brain activity. The tool was the aspect deformation process of an indicator process partially ordered by causality. The building blocks of the process formed a set of indicators. An indicator was represented as a set of aspects and enough aspects are discerned in order to have a good characterization of the indicator. As an application of the model and theories, we described some implications for didactics as well.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v4i1.1152


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