Role of Learning Styles in the Quality of Learning at Different Levels

Abstract : styles and their role in quality of performance at secondary, intermediary and university level for language students from six different fields. The association and differences in students' learning styles related to their demographics were also explored. Data analysis showed that the majority of the students from all the fields in sample showed the diverging style and the accommodating style as their most preferred learning styles. The learner's gender and nature of house affected the preference for learning styles. Other variables showed no association with learning styles. The learning styles of language students have no relationship with the grades obtained in their previous exams. This study leads to the fact that it should be replicated on a large sample of language learners and comparison should also be made with their current quality of learning/academic performance.
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Muhammad Shahid Farooq, Jean-Claude Regnier. Role of Learning Styles in the Quality of Learning at Different Levels. Informatica Economică Journal (ISSN 1453-1305 EISSN 1842-8088), 2011, Vol 15 (3), pp.28-45. ⟨halshs-00659020⟩



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