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The Effects of Music Lesson Applying the Blended Learning-based STEAM Education on the Musical Knowledge and STEAM Literacy of Pre-service Kindergarten Teachers

블랜디드 러닝 기반 STEAM 교육 적용 음악수업이 예비유아교사의 음악지식 및 융합인재소양에 미치는 영향

  • Received : 2017.12.13
  • Accepted : 2018.02.20
  • Published : 2018.02.28

Abstract

The objective of this study is to analyze the effects of music lesson applying the blended learning-based STEAM education on the musical knowledge and STEAM literacy of pre-service kindergarten teachers. After conducting a pre-test on the musical knowledge and STEAM literacy targeting 20 students(3rd year) of early childhood music lesson in Dept. of Early Childhood Education of C University in O Metropolitan City and 19 students(3rd year) of early childhood music lesson in Dept. of Early Childhood Education of D University in B Metropolitan City, the effectiveness of the pre - post test design was verified. In the results of study, the experimental group with music lesson applying the blended learning-based STEAM education showed significantly improved results in all the areas of musical knowledge and convergence, creativity, and communication out of STEAM literacy than the control group with general music lesson. Such results of this study imply that music lesson applying the blended learning-based STEAM education could be usefully used as a teaching/learning method to improve musical knowledge and STEAM literacy of pre-service kindergarten teachers in university education site in the future.

Keywords

pre-service kindergarten teachers;STEAM education;blended learning;musical knowledge;STEAM literacy

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : Choonhae College of Health Sciences