Facilitating Students’ Learning with Hybrid Instruction: A Comparison among four learning styles.
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Introduction. Since a part of the instruction happens online, a hybrid course has usually been used to solve the problems of space and time. This article explores how students' learning styles influence their learning and satisfaction when certain format of a hybrid course is implemented. Methods. Participants were 122 first-year students at a private university in Thailand participating in 14-week fundamental English classes. Research instruments included English proficiency tests, a learning style questionnaire, and a satisfaction questionnaire. The data were analyzed by dependent t-tests, One-way Analysis of Variance, mean and standard deviation. Results. Results suggest that hybrid teaching can be an effective way for language development. Interestingly, although students in four learning styles did not differ in their language improvement, their satisfaction was statistically different in two pairs: reflectors and activists; reflectors and pragmatists. In addition, students with r...
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