- by eliana
- February 27, 2022
Analysis on the use of different techniques based on three learning styles: visual, listening, and kinesthetic, No.20, pages 135-143
by Dr.Blegina HASKO BEZO & Majlinda HALA
UET Press (2021)
This article seeks to provide data on how well the learning styles are known and how they are used in teaching methods and techniques by teachers as well as how much student learning styles are identified, a factor that leads to motivation, development of knowledge, skills and building student attitudes or improving attained results. One of the characteristics of learning related with the observation, processing and transmission of information in different ways coincides with the learning styles utilized by the student and that is identified and should be used by teachers. Their identification leads to a quality learning, which motivates every student to have positive academic and artistic achievements. The article undertakes to bring a qualitative descriptive research, where the subjects are teachers and students of the Figurative Arts and Music Department of the Jordan Misja High Art School. To validate the conclusions of this article, two questionnaires were developed and employed, which were completed by research subjects (about 100 students and 25 school teachers). Responses obtained through questionnaires validated the results obtained and the analysis performed shed light on the deficient knowledge of the teachers regarding the three learning styles. An interpretation of the responses reveals that 32.5% of teachers employ the most evident styles including other teaching techniques. Responses received through student questionnaires and interpretations made from the results of the analysis show the three styles including: a) listening learning style (62.5%), b) CRITICAL ESSAYS 136 POLIS / No. 20, 2021 POLIS / No. 20, 2021 137 visual learning style (37.5%), and c) kinesthetic style (0.70%). In conclusion, the article highlights the need to know the characteristics of the learning styles, the basis for improving student achievement as well as the quality of teaching by the using diverse teaching techniques.
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