Do students’ styles of learning affect how they adapt to learning methods and to the learning environment?
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The process of development and evaluation of undergraduate medical education programs should include analysis of learners’ characteristics, needs, and perceptions about learning methods. This study aims to evaluate medical students’ perceptions about problem-based learning methods and to compare these results with their individual learning styles.
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Learning styles and learning approaches: How closely are they associated with each other and do they change during medical education? Yağdı, Tahir; Demiral Yılmaz, Nilüfer; Batı, Ayşe Hilal (2017)Objectives: This study aims to determine medical students’ learning styles and approaches and to evaluate the relationship between them, as well as observe whether any changes occur in these during the course of ...