Landscaping Learning Styles To Address Education For All
Learning style has an insightful impact on specific aspects of the teaching and learning process. Each student have their own preferred method of recognising, retaining, and retrieving information in order to excel academically. The present study explored the learning styles of male and female secondary school students. The objectives of the research were two fold. (1) To find out the learning styles of government and private secondary school students. (2) To find out and compare the learning styles of male and female secondary school students. The sample consisted of randomly selected 200 secondary school students from private and government institutions. The tool for data collection was learning style inventory constructed and standardized by K.S Mishra. Findings indicated that there were differences in learning style between male and female secondary school students as well as between government and private institutions. These disclosures can attribute to possible factors such as differential educational competence, outlandish artistry and aptitude, offbeat stratum of exposure, digital divide, unalike infrastructure, disparate inquisitiveness, etc.