Learning styles at the related Variables: A study of Pre-service TeachersJournal: Asia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (APJMR) (Vol.2, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2014-06-15
Authors : Sunita Singh;
Page : 76-81
Keywords : Pre-service teacher; Learning; Learning style; academic discipline;
Learning style means to the capability of learners to identify and process information in learning situations. The knowledge of learning styles helps to the teacher to make their lessons or teaching pattern according to learning style of an individual.. There are various types of learning styles. This study was carried out to find the learning styles of pre-service teachers in terms of gender, academic discipline, and their habitat. Kolb’s Inventory of Learning Styles was used. The study found that learning style of pre-service teachers was statistically significantly different in respect of their gender, academic discipline and habitat. It was also establish that the majority of pre-service teachers preferred divergent learning style (42.2%) followed by the assimilator learning style (30.5%) and that they least preferred the accommodative (12.6%) and convergent (14.7%) learning styles.
Other Latest Articles
- Postmodernism as a Social Science Methodology: Comments on Haugerud’s Representation of Kenya
- Implementation of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006 (RA 9344): Inputs to Policy Amendments
- Improved Accuracy and User Satisfaction by Inferring User Search Goals based on Feedback Sessions?
- Employees’ Satisfaction on Training & Development of Atlantic, Gulf, & Pacific Company of Manila, Inc
- Organizational Performance of Batelec I: Basis for a proposed Total Quality Management (TQM) Model
Last modified: 2014-06-16 15:58:46