Learning Styles as a Fundamental Improvement Factor of Learning Quality

Maria Darra
International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, Volume I, Issue 4, 117-140, 2013
DOI: 10.35808/ijeba/29


This study made a fundamental consent: that all learning and teaching styles are key factors in setting up programs that will advance the quality of the learning process. In this context, the aim of this study was to establish the basic principles, concepts, criteria and specifications of learning quality based on Kolb’s model of learning styles, which , it has been assumed, not only has a diagnostic application, but it also has a practical utility. The proposed approach to the improvement of the quality of the learning process, having considered all learning styles of those educated (i.e. all learners), sought to compile an individualized learning method through a clear acknowledgment of the goals and the results of learning in the frame of a holistic approach; this approach combines the goals, the context, the methodology, the evaluation and the progress of those educated.

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