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A Case Study For Designing An Adaptive Learning Environment By Applying Vark Model

Oluşturulma Tarihi: 15-06-2017

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Tür: Tez

Alt Tür: Yüksek Lisans Tezi

Yayınlanma Durumu: Yayınlanmamış

Dosya Biçimi: PDF

Dil: İngilizce

Konu(lar): TEKNOLOJİ,

Yazar(lar): Jaballa, Rabieaa A. (Yazar), ERYILMAZ, Meltem (Yazar),

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Adaptive Learning, Learning styles, VARK learning style model.


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The styles of learning are personal traits that affect how students relate with their learning environment, peers, and instructor. Four of the most popular are reading / writing, visual, auditory and kinetic, which used by students to gain information. Number of students is visual learners, while others are kinesthetic or audio or read /write learners. While some other students use a combination all of them to gain information, they seem to have preferences in how to learn better. Teachers must teach as more of these preferences as possible, in order to assist students learn. Teachers can put together these learning styles into core curriculum activities so that students can succeed in their classes. This study shows some parts of development framework to identify students learning styles and combination it automatically. This system is based on VARK learning style model and VARK questionnaire to measure students’ learning styles, it is hosting by internet to help students to use it. This study has used a sample of participants that consisted of 50 of engineering students from Atilim University. In addition, this study contain, an experimental design with a pre-post test Control group was utilized. Accordinglyivanalysis of the data, the results show that distribution for t-test for two groups (Control group and Experimental group) was normality distribution and it was determined that the difference in mean scores between the Experimental group and the Control group was significantly in help of the Experimental group and the achievement level in the Experimental group, which applied the VARK teaching model, was higher compared to the Control group. In addition, student satisfaction questionnaire instrument, 10-items that measure students’ satisfaction by using the system, as the results found that students’ satisfaction with the system was significant very high.


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