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Title: Behavioral Sciences on Learning Styles and Teaching Technique Induces the Force of Intelligent of Civil Engineering Programme at Technical Secondary School
Authors: Azizi Yahaya; Gooh Mo Lee; Halimah Maalip; Baharudin Arus; Zahari Hamidon; Gan Lui Nam
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Aff: University Brunei Darussalam, Sultanan Hassanah Bolkiah Institute of Education, Brunei
Author Email: profazizi_yahaya@yahoo.com
Keywords: Learning Style; Teaching Method; Achievement
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Abstract:Background: Studentsís learning style and teacherís teaching methods towards the achievements in Civil Engineering subject is the focussed point in three Technical School in Negeri Sembilan. Objective: The purpose of this study is to identify the relation between studentsís learning style and teacherís teaching methods which apply towards the achievements in Civil Engineering subject in three Technical School in Negeri Sembilan. Respondent of the research involving 180 students and a questionnaire was used as research instrument. The overall reliability of the questionaire was 0.844. Data were analyzed using SPSS version. Result: showed that auditory learning style was the most dominant learning style which applied among the students whereas demonstration method was the most dominant teaching method used among the teachers. In this study, it was discovered that no significant relation between visual and kinesthetic learning style with the achievements in Civil Engineering Studies subject whereas there was a significant relation between auditory with the subject achievements. For analysis of relation between learning styles and teaching methods there was a significant relation. Conclusion: This research suggest a further research to find the effectiveness of teacherís teaching methods which must be required to attain correct information and used it to solve the studentís achievement problems.