Browsing Scholar: Vol. 6, No. 2 (2014) by Subject "Learning style preference"
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEARNING STYLE PREFERENCE FOR COMPUTER DRAWING AND LEARNING OUTCOMES IN A COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN COURSE AT A COMPUTER TRAINING CENTER IN TAIWAN (Assumption University, 2014)
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between learning styles and learning outcomes of 141 engineering drawing students at a computer training center in Taiwan. This study employed a quantitative research methodology employing both a questionnaire as well as examination scores to address the research objectives. There were five parts included in this study. First, the Learning Style Inventory categorized the learners’ learning preferences into four dimensions: perception, input, processing and ...