Is Experiential Learning Possible with Active Music Education?


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Aycan K.

Education at the Intersection of Globalization and Technology, Dr. Sharon Waller,Dr. Lee Waller,Dr. Vongai Mpofu and Dr. Mercy Kurebwa, Editör, IntechOpen Limited, London, ss.1-17, 2021

  • Yayın Türü: Kitapta Bölüm / Araştırma Kitabı
  • Basım Tarihi: 2021
  • Yayınevi: IntechOpen Limited
  • Basıldığı Şehir: London
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.1-17
  • Editörler: Dr. Sharon Waller,Dr. Lee Waller,Dr. Vongai Mpofu and Dr. Mercy Kurebwa, Editör

Özet

This study was designed to understand the effects of experiential learning style tests on elementary music and movement education experiences of students. Despite the general music education in Turkey elementary music and movement, education was used. The students were expected to gain experience, by the way, perceiving the rhythm of the words, singing, dancing, and playing free and regular games. The rhythm studies similar to the prosody written according to the rules of classical Ottoman poetry were developed with the participants. And also the students interpreted the test results according to these experiences. At the end of the study, the rhythm studies similar to the prosody written according to the rules of classical Ottoman poetry were developed with the participants. While the rhythm of the syllables and words were studied by the applications, and also the letters were provided with the correct accent and intonation during the syllables. The experiential learning style test was used to understand how the students affected their elementary music and movement education experiences. And also the students interpreted the test results according to these experiences.