Learning Styles of Design Students and the Relationship of Academic Performance and Gender in Design Education.

@inproceedings{Demirba2007LearningSO,
  title={Learning Styles of Design Students and the Relationship of Academic Performance and Gender in Design Education.},
  author={{\"O}zgen Osman Demirbaş and Halime Demirkan},
  year={2007}
}
The study focuses on design education using Experiential Learning Theory (ELT) and explores the effects of learning styles and gender on the performance scores of freshman design students in three successive academic years. Findings indicate that the distribution of design students through learning style type preference was more concentrated in assimilating and converging groups. Further study indicates that the first and third groups were found to be more balancing while the second group being… CONTINUE READING
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