An Approximation of the University of the Immaculate Conception Students' Learning Style

Rowena Rose Arieta, Harvey Joy Castro, Juna Jane Marcojos, Liezl Nina Lismoras

Abstract


Student learning varies according to their learning style. Learning styles help an individual to adapt to the the knowledge that is being taught to him/her. The study was designed to evaluate the students learning style. Moreover, it sought to identify the difference of students’ learning style when grouped according to sex, program and subject. The study employed descriptive-comparative research design. Quota sampling was used in identifying the respondents wherein a total of 120 respondents coming from the different programs having different subjects was covered in the study. An adapted questionnaire was used particularly the Grasha-Riechmann Learning Style Survey to determine the learning styles. Findings revealed that the collaborative learning style is evident among the students. There was no significant difference in the learning style of the respondents when grouped according to sex, program, and subject.


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