Attitudes of Music Teacher Candidates for Non-Field Courses

Mustafa Kabataş

Abstract


People dealing with music do not usually deal with other fields. Artist spirits do not allow for this reason; Music teacher candidates have difficulty in non-music lessons during their student years. The subject of this study is why non-field courses force them, how they will succeed and how they will achieve it. This research; It aims to determine how students of the Faculty of Education, Department of Fine Arts Education, Department of Music Education, view their perspectives on courses outside the field. Research; It was applied over 43 students of Kastamonu University Faculty of Education Fine Arts Education Department Music Education Department students. Likert type attitude scale was used while collecting the research data. The data obtained from the research is transferred in the findings section. The data obtained are discussed in the results and recommendations section. Research is important in terms of contributing to music education faculty students, academicians and music field experts.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v8i7.4835

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