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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 6, June 2018 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Gender Differences In Learning Style Preferences Among Veterinary Medicine Students

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AUTHOR(S)

Jose A. Escarlos Jr., Gladys S. Escarlos

 

KEYWORDS

Gender Differences, Learning Styles, Students Preferences, VARK

 

ABSTRACT

Learners have preferences for the ways in which they receive information. Knowing the learning of student is a valuable skill in education. Knowledge of learning style may help educators identify and solve learning problems among students. The study aimed to determine the learning styles of male and female among 3rd year to 5th year veterinary medicine students of Central Mindanao University. A VARK questionnaire was used to gather the data needed. Descriptive statistics such as frequency count and chi-square analysis were used to describe and analyze the data. Study revealed that majority of the 3rd year to 5th year veterinary medicine students of Central Mindanao University were visual learners and there is no significant difference on the learning style of the respondents when group according to gender.

 

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