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Abstract


THE STUDY OF SELF ESTEEM OF MUSIC TEACHERS

In this research, the levels of music teachers’ self esteem are studied according to different variables. This is a descriptive research in the relational survey model. The data of the study were obtained from questionnaires conducted with 125 music teachers working at different levels of public and private schools affiliated to the Ministry of National Education in the Western Black Sea Region. It has been determined whether or not the self esteem levels of music teachers vary according to the variables of gender, age, years of service, marital status, institutions of work, weekly practice hours of instruments, perception of economic status and educational status. In the study, “A Personal İnformation Form” consisting of 7 questions and “Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale” consisting of 10 questions were used as data collection tools. According to the research findings, the self-esteem levels of music teachers were found to be moderate. In other words, the self-esteem perception levels of the music teachers who took part in the study were found to be positive, although not very high. In conclusion, it is seen that the gender, professional seniority, time allocated to practising the instrument and their education status cause a significant difference in their self-esteem levels, while the marital status, institution of work and economic status perception do not cause a meaningful differentiation in their self esteem levels.



Keywords
Music Teacher, Self Esteem, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale



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