Learning Styles and the Use of Lecture Videos in Adult Education
In connection with the student application process, a learning style mapping is organized for the students of the master's degree education in information technology at the Kokkola University Consortium. The purpose is to increase students' awareness of their own way to learn and to provide course lecturers with information about the learning styles of students attending the course. The idea behind this is to draw the attention of both students and lecturers to their own ways of acting. This article examines the results of the learning style mapping to which the students of the master's degree programme in information technology were subjected. The results are also compared with results published earlier. Finally, it is considered whether lecture videos used in parallel with face-to-face teaching ease the student's lot from the perspective of learning style.
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