The aim of this study is to reveal the attitudes of conservatory students towards computer assisted education (CAE) in terms of various variables and to determine the effect of computer assisted correpetition education method on students' CAE attitude. For this purpose, firstly CAE attitude scale was applied to conservatory students as a pre-test and data were analyzed in terms of age, gender and class variables. Then, a study group consisting of 12 students, 6 of whom were experimental and 6 of which were control group, were formed. The control group continued the courses with the conventional method, and the experimental group received computer-aided correpetition education for 8 weeks. After 8 weeks, CAE attitude scale was applied as posttest and data were analyzed. In the analysis of data, Mann Whitney U Test was used to compare two independent group means, Wilcoxon Paired Two Sample Test for dependent samples, and Kruskall-Wallis Test was used to compare the means of two or more groups' dependent variables. SPSS19 program was used in the analysis of the research data. At the end of the study, it was seen that computer aided correction education method significantly differentiated students' attitudes towards CAE in positive direction.
Education Technology, Computer Aided Education, Attitude, Computer Aided Correpetition Education