The Contribution of the Activities Prepared with Web 2.0 Technologies to the Level of Learning

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https://doi.org/10.26817/16925777.1395

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Technology, web 2.0 tools, music education, z-generation, learning level, education

Abstract

It is thought that the activities prepared with Web 2.0 technologies will contribute significantly to the achievements of music lessons, increase the learning speed by embodying abstract concepts; the activities prepared by considering the interests and wishes of today's generation z students will positively affect their attitudes and motivations towards the lesson. In this research, it is aimed to evaluate the contribution of the activities prepared with Web 2.0 technologies for the sound formation unit within the scope of the music lesson to the learning levels of the students. The study group consists of 220 students in the 9th grade of Trabzon Affan Kitapçıoğlu Anatolian High School. A 9-question knowledge test was applied as a measurement tool to make determinations regarding the realization of the achievements in the unit of "formation of sound". In the study, interviews were conducted with a randomly selected 8 student group in the study group. Content analysis technique was used to analyze the data obtained as a result of the interviews. In line with the findings obtained from this study, it was determined that the activities prepared with Web 2.0 technologies contributed to the students' self-knowledge, self-confidence, protection of voice, voice change, and field expert knowledge, also provided ease of learning theoretical knowledge.

Key Words: Technology, web 2.0 tools, music education

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Author Biographies

Melike Çakan Uzunkavak, Bursa Uludag University, Turkey

was born in Trabzon. She started his music education at Trabzon Anatolian Fine Arts High School in 2005. She graduated from high school in 2009 and started the Department of Music Education from Dokuz Eylül University Buca Faculty of Education in the same year. She graduated her undergraduate education as the first of her department in 2013. She was appointed to Zonguldak-Devrek as a music teacher in 2015. In 2018, she started her Master's Degree in Music Education from the Department of Fine Arts Education of the Institute of Educational Sciences of Uludag University under the guidance of Dr. Lecturer Gülnihal GÜL and graduated with a master's degree in 2020. She started her doctorate in Music Education from the Department of Fine Arts Education of the Institute of Educational Sciences of Bursa Uludag University in 2022 and she continues her education as a doctoral student under the supervision of Doç. Dr. lecturer Gülnihal Gül. In 2018, she was appointed to Trabzon Affan KitapcıoGlu Anatolian High School and is currently working as a music teacher.

Gülnihal Gül, Bursa Uludag University, Turkey

was born in Gümüşhane. She completed her primary and secondary education in Bursa. She graduated from Uludağ University, Faculty of Education Department of Music in 1997. She started working as a Voice education instructor at the Music Education Department of the Faculty of Education of Uludag University in 1999. She graduated from her Master's program at the Institute of Social Sciences of Uludag University in 2000. She continued her voice technique studies with Ankara State Opera and Ballet artist Hülya Kazan between 2001 and 2005. In 2012 she completed her Doctorate Program at the Institute of Social Sciences of Uludag University. Currently, she is working as a “Voice Training” lecturer in the Department of Music Education at the Faculty of Education of Uludag University

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2022-06-30

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Çakan Uzunkavak, M., & Gül, G. . (2022). The Contribution of the Activities Prepared with Web 2.0 Technologies to the Level of Learning. GIST – Education and Learning Research Journal, 24, 95–117. https://doi.org/10.26817/16925777.1395
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