Learning Style Preferences Among Third Year College of Education Students of MSU-Sulu

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  • Mohammad Sharief Salahuddin Amlih Instructor-1,College of Arts and Sciences, Mindanao State University, Sulu, Philippines

Keywords:

Age and gender differences, Impact of learning styles on academic performance, Teaching styles and learning styles

Abstract

Learning style preference refers to the unique ways an Individual processes and retains new information and skills. This research study was conducted to determine the learning styles preferences of Third year students, MSU-Sulu College of Education. Specifically, the study aimed to answer the following questions: 1. What are the common learning style preferences of third year students of MSU-Sulu College of Education? 2. Is there a Significant difference between male and female respondents on their learning style preferences? In the analysis and interpretation of data, the researchers used qualitative method in proving their learning preferences. Weighted mean (x) and Description were used to analyze the data regarding the preferences of both female and male and its significant differences to their learning preferences. This study used survey type of method and distributed questionnaires to the Third year students of MSU-SULU, College of Education as their instruments to determine their learning style preferences. The respondents put only a check on a rating scale as to their strength on their learning preferences that they have. The total respondents were all thirty (30) with 15 Boys and 15 Girls. The main purpose of this study is to determine the study of learning style preferences of the third year students, MSU-SULU College of Education. The statistical population under investigation are both female and male third year students (juniors) in MSU-SULU, College of education year of 2016-2017. The Statistical population was consisted of 329 third year students. There were 30 respondents of this study. The common learning style preferences of the third year students are Group and Tactile learning preferences. There was no significant difference between male and female on the following learning preferences: visual, group, oral expressive, and Tactile. There was a significant difference between male and female on the following learning style preferences: auditory, bodily kinesthetic, individual, written expressive, sequential and global.

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Published

06-02-2022

How to Cite

[1]
M. S. S. Amlih, “Learning Style Preferences Among Third Year College of Education Students of MSU-Sulu”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 4–10, Feb. 2022.

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