Learning preference, VARK, Learning Predilection, American College of Dubai
Salas, Dr. Vincent Layug
Espina, Dr. Arbela
Lopez, Ms. Maria Isabel M.
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The research explored the Learning Preference of Business Students where the respondents are the business students of the American College of Dubai in UAE. The study made use of the VARK instrument postulated by Fleming (1992) and the statistical manipulations were done in accordance to the guideline provided for in the website. The objective of the study is to distinguish business learners regarding their mode of learning whether visual, aural, reading/writing and kinesthetic. It also aims to suggest further studies that will develop teaching designs that will best facilitate the learning preference of the business students. The study showed that the business students are multi-modal learners and they are kinesthetic. Females are multimodal but prevalent to them is auditory while males are kinesthetic and auditory