LEARNING STYLE AND ACADEMIC ACHEIVEMENT By R.Devi and Dr. S.K.Panneer Selvam

Abstract

Learning style refers to the ability of learners to perceive and process information in learning situations. One of the most important uses of learning styles is that it makes it easy for teachers to incorporate them into their teaching. There are different learning styles, sensory, intuition, auditory, visual, verbal, active, reflective, sequential and global. While students use all of their senses to take in information, they seem to have preferences in how they learn best. In order to help students learn, teachers need to teach as many of these learning styles in their curriculum activities so that students are able to succeed in their academic performance.

Keywords: Learning styles, Academic achievement.

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