Determination of Learning Styles among Nursing Students
Keywords:Learning styles, Nursing students, Baccalaureate.
Nursing education furnishes students with the learning qualities required for their profession and also makes
students lifelong learners. Aim of the study was to evaluate the learning styles among nursing students. A
quantitative approach with descriptive design was applied. A total of 122 students were recruited by purposive
sampling from two nursing colleges, selected by convenient sampling. In addition, tools used for the study
were structured questionnaire for sample characteristics and Kolb’s Learning Style Inventory. Learning
styles were assessed after collecting baseline data. Results indicated that the most preferred learning style
was turned out to be Accommodator (35%). Findings concluded that there is a diversity of learning styles
among nursing students as the students were having all the types of learning styles.
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