Investigation of the Perceptions of University Students Taking Vocational Music Education about Class Assessment Environment According to Different Variables

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Year-Number: 2022-Volume 14, Issue 3
Number of pages: 747-758
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In this study, it is aimed to examine the perceptions of university students who receive professional music education about the classroom assessment environment through different variables. For this purpose, data were collected by applying the Classroom Assessment Environment Scale (CAES) developed by İlhan and Çetin (2014) to the students participating in the research from two different units of the same university. In the study, students' perceptions of the classroom assessment environment, the unit they study in, the type of high school they graduated from, their relationship with age, gender and class variables were analysed using SPSS 22 software according to the overall scale and its sub-dimensions. As a result of this research, in which the relationship between the perceptions of the classroom assessment environment of university students receiving vocational music education and various variables was scanned, a significant difference was found in the variables of the academic unit and class studied. On the other hand, it was determined that the variables of age, gender and type of high school graduated did not affect the classroom environment perceptions of the participants. In addition, it can be said that the students' perceptions of the classroom assessment environment are at a good level both in the overall scale and in the Learning-Oriented Environment (LOAE) and Performance-Oriented Assessment Environment (POAE) sub-dimensions.

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