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ArtikelRelationship between gender, subject preference and learning styles  
Oleh: Suprihadi ; Rokhayani, Atik
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah nasional - terakreditasi DIKTI
Dalam koleksi: CELT: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching and Literature vol. 16 no. 2 (Dec. 2016), page 242-270.
Topik: learning styles; gender; subject preference; student-centered learning (SCL)
Fulltext: 583-2003-1-PB.pdf (1.19MB)
Isi artikelUnderstanding the learning styles of the students is very crucial in implementing student-centered learning (SCL). The objectives of this research are to describe: 1) the general learning styles profile of the students of English Education Department, Muria Kudus University; 2) the dependency relationship between learning styles dimensions and gender, and 3) the dependency relationship between subject preference and learning styles dimensions. The participants of this research were 208 students from different semesters as the samples, while the instrument is the Indonesian translation of Solomon-Felder Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire. The result of the analysis reveals that: 1) the general learning style profile of the students is balanced; 2) at a .05, there is no significant relationship between the probability of the students of having certain learning styles dimensions and gender; 3) at a .05, the subject preference of the students who are Sensing–Intuitive and Visual – Verbal depends on their learning style dimensions, while that of those who are Active – Reflective and Sequential – Global does not.
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