Students' and Instructors' Opinions on the Implementation of Flipped Learning Model for Cello Education in Turkish Music

Burcu Avcı Akbel

Abstract


Flipped learning is based on more effective use of the time spent with the instructor in the classroom. This study is aimed at identifying students’ and instructors’ opinions on the use of flipped learning model in cello education in Turkish music. This is the first study whereby flipped learning model has ever been used in Turkish Music education and cello education. Opinions on the implementation of the model were obtained through semi-structured interviews separately prepared for students and instructors. The data were analyzed by using the content analysis method. According to the data from the interviews, it has been revealed that the flipped learning model can be used in cello education in Turkish Music and the ‘imitation’ element in mesk method, the most important teaching method in instrument education in Turkish music, can be supported by flipped learning model.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v6i8.3256

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