1Assistant Professor Dr., Inonu University , Faculty of Education, Department of Music Education
2Inonu University, Institute of Education Sciences, Department of Music Education Graduate student

American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews

In this study, based on women music teachers thoughts about stage performance field, to detect the problem types they have about stage performances, what kind of activities they do with their instruments or why they don’t do those activities a survey was applied which is one of the qualitative research method. For this purpose, the survey was applied to 54 woman music teachers who serve in our country. In result of survey, frequency and percentage analysis’s of obtained data is made with SPSS v.17 program. Data obtained from the survey results were analyzed by SPSS v.17 in terms of frequency and percentage. Data were scrutinized and views related to the subject were presented. In theoretical part of the study, theoretical base of the research was enriched with literature review. As a result of the study it was detected that woman music teachers have concern about stage performance and social and cultural structure where they live affects their stage experiences. It is concluded that Because of some feminine responsibilities, they need more time to improve themselves professionally. It is determined that men are more dominant then women in stage experience. In this study, we see that lessons for instrument training are not sufficient enough to prepare the students Professional or private stage experiences.

Keywords: Woman, music teacher, instrument, performance, stage, experience, education.

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Ali AYHAN and Tuba GÜRBÜZ. AN EVALUATION ON THE STAGE EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN MUSIC TEACHERS. American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews, 2016,1:5. DOI: 10.28933/ayhan-ajerr-09-2016

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9. Erişim tarihi: 06.09.2016
10. Erişim tarihi: 06.09.2016

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