Why Learning Styles Matter for Student Achievement in College Economics

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This paper explores the link between student achievement and student learning styles in a college microeconomics course, based on the Dunn and Dunn model of learning styles. The Productivity Environmental Survey (PEPS) is utilized to measure learning style preferences for twenty elements. Factor analysis is applied to reduce the multidimensional preferences… (More)

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@inproceedings{Terregrossa2009WhyLS, title={Why Learning Styles Matter for Student Achievement in College Economics}, author={Ralph A. Terregrossa and Fred Englander and Zhaobo Wang}, year={2009} }