Teachers' Views on Music Education Practices in Secondary Education in Distance Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic Process
In this study, it was aimed to determine the views of music teachers who have worked in secondary education during the COVID-19 Pandemic process regarding the music lessons conducted via distance education. The study group of the research consisted of 11 music teachers who were determined by the convenience sampling method. The data were collected using a semi-structured interview consisting of 6 questions and a demographic information form. In line with the findings obtained from this study, it was determined that the music teachers participating in the research had difficulties in classroom management, parents' approaches, technological equipment, internet problems and students' motivation. Besides, it was determined that the teachers used different technological teaching materials in the course, the achievements in the curriculum were partially achieved and the course evaluation process could not be carried out effectively enough.
Key words: COVID-19, pandemic, distance education, secondary education, music education
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