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This study was carried out to investigate the relation between active music education methods and learning style preferences of …….. University, Faculty of Fine Arts, music department students. The aim of the research is to discover primarily the learning styles of participants. It is then that the participants discover the learning style of the group they will train in the future and develop an approach accordingly. A test used with the participants that consisting of 3 categories and 20 questions, which were prepared by the Ministry of National Education and identified with visual, auditory, kinesthetic, tactile learning styles that they used online, were applied. The test then was compared with the Dun & Dun learning style test, which includes visual, auditory, kinesthetic, tactile learning stages and elaborates on these steps and examines the effects of different conditions and situations on learning. A structured interview form has been implemented to understand the test data in depth. According to the results of the research, participants indicated that if active music education methods are applied, they will be more dominant and will teach more easily. Students who indicated that they were a system that affected learning styles expressed a system of disciplined, prescriptive and active music education methods or individual examples in their immediate surroundings. Students who indicated that they did not have an affected system indicated the negative effects of their environment. At this point, it is seen that the students cannot sample a sample music education system. The examples given by the participants are limited and general.
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