Learning styles and academic performance of primary pupils : basis for an enhanced intervention program/ Vernalyn B. Gato

By: Gato, Vernalyn BContributor(s): Rosano, Raquel Violeta D, Ed.D [adviser]Material type: TextTextDescription: ii, 133 leaves : illustrations 28 cmSubject(s): Academic achievement | Elementary education -- Study and teaching | Teachers -- Training ofDissertation note: Thesis (MaEd) -- Philippine Christian University, 2019. Summary: This study has two major purposes: (1) to look into the relationship of learning styles on the academic performance of primary pupils of Biga Elementary School, and (2) to make recommendations for the enhancement of teaching strategies of teachers for the improvement of the pupils academic performance. In the first part, results of the surveys on the preferred learning styles of pupils are presented. Upon relating the survey results to the students' assessment and performance rating, there is significant relationship between academic performance and learning styles in terms of environmental stimulus as to sounds, lights, temperature and design; emotional stimulus as to structure; sociological stimulus; physiological stimulus as to perception, intake, time, and mobility, and psychological stimulus as to processing and decision was revealed.
List(s) this item appears in: MASTER IN EDUCATION THESIS Dasmariñas Campus
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
    Average rating: 0.0 (0 votes)
Item type Current location Collection Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode
Thesis Thesis Philippine Christian University Dasmarinas
MAED
Graduate School DASTHE LB1062.6 G3 2019 (Browse shelf) 1 Not For Loan DTH01190

Thesis (MaEd) -- Philippine Christian University, 2019.

Includes bibliography.

This study has two major purposes: (1) to look into the relationship of learning styles on the academic performance of primary pupils of Biga Elementary School, and (2) to make recommendations for the enhancement of teaching strategies of teachers for the improvement of the pupils academic performance. In the first part, results of the surveys on the preferred learning styles of pupils are presented. Upon relating the survey results to the students' assessment and performance rating, there is significant relationship between academic performance and learning styles in terms of environmental stimulus as to sounds, lights, temperature and design; emotional stimulus as to structure; sociological stimulus; physiological stimulus as to perception, intake, time, and mobility, and psychological stimulus as to processing and decision was revealed.

1190-T

There are no comments on this title.

to post a comment.