Ejecución de un instrumento musical y actitudes hacia la escuela en una muestra de estudiantes rumanos

  • Cristina Cătălina Tudorie Escuela de Arte Gymnasium “Victor Karpis”, Rumania
Palabras clave: actitud hacia la escuela, ejecución de un instrumento, educación musical

Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio fue investigar si existe diferencia significativa de actitudes hacia la escuela entre los estudiantes que estudian un instrumento musical y los que no lo hacen, en una muestra de 110 alumnos de entre 8 y 15 años del condado de Giurgiu, Rumania. Para la medición de la actitud hacia la escuela se utilizó el instrumento denominado School Attitude Assessment Survey. Una prueba t de Student para muestras independientes, mostró que existe una diferencia significativa entre ambos grupos. El estudiar la ejecución de un instrumento musical tuvo un impacto benéfico y promovió una actitud positiva hacia la escuela.

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Publicado
2020-05-22
Cómo citar
Tudorie, C. C. (2020). Ejecución de un instrumento musical y actitudes hacia la escuela en una muestra de estudiantes rumanos. RIEE | Revista Internacional De Estudios En Educación, 20(1), 31-41. https://doi.org/10.37354/riee.2020.199