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  3. Using Learning Styles to Meet Objectives in the Classroom

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  1. Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence

    Future research may develop learning-style measures and targeted interventions that can be shown to work in combination, with the measures sorting individuals into groups for which genuine group-by-treatment interactions can be demonstrated. At present, however, such validation is lacking, and therefore, we feel that the widespread use of ...

  2. Learning Styles: A Review of Theory, Application, and Best Practices

    LEARNING STYLES. A benchmark definition of "learning styles" is "characteristic cognitive, effective, and psychosocial behaviors that serve as relatively stable indicators of how learners perceive, interact with, and respond to the learning environment. 10 Learning styles are considered by many to be one factor of success in higher education. . Confounding research and, in many instances ...

  3. An integrative debate on learning styles and the learning process

    From these assumptions, Kolb (1984) then presents an explanatory structural model of learning and an instrument of identification of learning styles, directed to the formation of adult professionals, known as the Kolb cycle, as can be seen in Fig. 1. Download : Download full-size image Fig. 1. Kolb's experiential learning cycle. Source: adapted from Kolb (1984), Kolb and Kolb (2013).

  4. Evidence-Based Higher Education

    A recent study demonstrated that current research papers 'about' Learning Styles, in the higher education research literature, overwhelmingly endorsed their use despite the lack of evidence described above (Newton, 2015). Most of this endorsement was implicit and most of the research did not actually test Learning Styles, rather proceeded ...

  5. The Relationship between Learning Styles and Academic ...

    Most research has associated learning styles and performance as measured by a single assessment test [4,22]. This study aims to conceptualize the possible implications of using different assessment methods involving open-ended and closed-ended questions. In addition, this research endeavors to go beyond the relationship between learning styles ...

  6. Providing Instruction Based on Students' Learning Style Preferences

    Teachers commonly categorize students as visual or auditory learners. Despite a lack of empirical evidence, teaching to a student's perceived learning style remains common practice in education (Pashler et al., 2009).Having conducted an extensive review of the literature, Pashler et al. (2009) noted, "...very few studies have even used an experimental methodology capable of testing the ...

  7. Frontiers

    Here we undertake a systematic review of research into belief in, and use of, Learning Styles amongst educators. We identified 37 studies representing 15405 educators from 18 countries around the world. Self-reported belief in matching instruction to Learning Styles was high, with a weighted percentage of 89.1%, ranging from 58% to 97.6%.

  8. (PDF) Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence

    Abstract. The term "learning styles" refers to the concept that individuals differ in regard to what mode of instruction or study is most effective for them. Proponents of learning-style ...

  9. PDF Learning Styles: A Review of Validity and Usefulness

    learning style families which will be mentioned later as „strong‟ versions (Sharp et al., 2008) After years of theoretical development, there is a plethora of learning styles identified in former research. Coffield et al. (2004) identified 71 different learning styles, and this does not claim to be an exhaustive survey.

  10. Full article: Learning Styles: An overview of theories, models, and

    Increasingly, research in the area of learning style is being conducted in domains outside psychology—the discipline from which many of the central concepts and theories originate. ... Curry's onion model as a framework for categorising models and measures according to the outlined component layers of learning style. Swanson's article also ...

  11. Differentiating the learning styles of college students in different

    In learning style research, it is difficult to select an instrument to measure the subjects' learning styles . The criteria used for the selection of a learning style instrument in this study include the following: 1) successful use of the instrument in previous studies, 2) demonstrated validity and reliability, 3) a match between the purpose ...

  12. The relationship between learning styles and academic performance in

    Background Learning style refers to the unique ways an individual processes and retains new information and skills. In this study, we aimed to identify the learning styles of Turkish physiotherapy students and investigate the relationship between academic performance and learning style subscale scores in order to determine whether the learning styles of physiotherapy students could influence ...

  13. Learning Styles

    The term learning styles is widely used to describe how learners gather, sift through, interpret, organize, come to conclusions about, and "store" information for further use. As spelled out in VARK (one of the most popular learning styles inventories), these styles are often categorized by sensory approaches: v isual, a ural, verbal [ r ...

  14. The Relationship Among Students' Learning Styles, Health Sciences

    The ability of students to adapt to various situations for their learning needs will result in high learning outcomes. 20-23 An additional benefit of learning style research is that policymakers can consider other factors related to learning and teaching, such as curriculum design, materials development, student orientation, and teacher ...

  15. Learning Styles and Visual Literacy for Learning and Performance

    Identifying students' learning styles has been found to be a significant factor for planning effective instruction. Also, visuals have been proven to be a learning enhancer if it is connected to the learning styles. ... The research outcomes on visual learning make complete sense when we consider that our brain is mainly an image processor ...

  16. Learning styles

    Learning styles. A learning style is not in itself an ability but rather a preferred way of using one's abilities ( Sternberg 1994 ). Individuals have different learning styles, that is, they differ in their 'natural, habitual, and preferred way (s) of absorbing, processing, and retaining new information and skills' ( Reid 1995: viii).

  17. Adaptive e-learning environment based on learning styles ...

    Adaptive e-learning is viewed as stimulation to support learning and improve student engagement, so designing appropriate adaptive e-learning environments contributes to personalizing instruction to reinforce learning outcomes. The purpose of this paper is to design an adaptive e-learning environment based on students' learning styles and study the impact of the adaptive e-learning environment ...

  18. Identifying learning styles and cognitive traits in a learning

    This study set out to determine a methodology for estimating learning styles and cognitive traits from LMS access records. In this paper, we presented a model for the automatic identification of learner behavior in LMS records. The model takes advantage of data collected from the LMS log, education theories, and literature-based methods to ...

  19. Relationship between learning styles and clinical competency in nursing

    The acquisition of clinical competence is considered the ultimate goal of nursing education programs. This study explored the relationship between learning styles and clinical competency in undergraduate nursing students. A descriptive-correlational study was conducted in 2023 with 276 nursing students from the second to sixth semesters at Abhar School of Nursing, Zanjan University of Medical ...

  20. The Learning Styles and the Preferred Teaching—Learning Strategies of

    Introduction: The purpose of teaching is to facilitate learning and to encourage the learners to learn more effectively. The learning style is an individual's consistent way of perceiving, processing and retaining new information. Educational researchers have shown an increasing interest in the learning styles, the related instructional methods and the andrgogical teaching techniques.

  21. Learning Style Preferences of Practicing Nurses

    Purpose of Current Research. Nursing professional development can be enhanced by determining nurses' preferred learning styles; this knowledge can help ascertain how information is learned and retained (Dickerson, 2017).The NPDPs alignment of preferred learning styles with a type of instruction that best fits the educational need could promote learning.