A Study On Learning Style Preferences Among Secondary School Students

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Dr. T. Sharon Raju , E. Sudha Madhuri


Teachers must often be familiar with learning styles and related issues to organise and teach effectively. Concerning the difficulties associated with employing a learning style preference strategy, teachers should provide an opportunity for all students to work with their chosen style and in the domain of their intelligence profile. Allowing for different systems at different times and providing learners with some control in how they approach specific activities and respond to specific "needs" of education are all part of this condition. Some of these options may look simple and insignificant, but for some students, they can significantly impact their learning progress. As a result, the scientists were obligated to look into the learning patterns of secondary school students. The researcher chose 600 students from public and private secondary schools in rural and urban Visakhapatnam districts for the study and collected data using a random sample technique. The researcher used a self-created questionnaire to determine the students' favourite learning modes. It consists of 50 claims that are assessed on a five-point scale. The split-half reliability coefficient of the instrument is 0.788, and the scale's validity is based on content and construct validity. This study attempted to study the learning styles of secondary school students.

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