Students' Learning Style in Academic Service-Learning, Does It Matter?

Kenneth W.K. Lo, Grace Ngai, Chi Fai Stephen Chan, Kam Por Kwan

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    Abstract

    This research studies the interaction between students' learning styles and learning outcomes in academic service-learning. Our findings suggest that learning styles are independent to the outcomes, implying that students with different learning styles have similar learning gains. This study helps educators to understand the factors affecting students' learning in service-learning.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusNot published / presented only - 16 Nov 2021
    EventIARSLCE 2021 Virtual Gathering: Reflections on a Tumultuous Time and an Invitation to Gather - Virtual
    Duration: 15 Nov 202117 Nov 2021

    Conference

    ConferenceIARSLCE 2021 Virtual Gathering: Reflections on a Tumultuous Time and an Invitation to Gather
    Period15/11/2117/11/21

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