THE PREFERRED LEARNING STYLES ACCORDING TO THE VARK MODEL AMONG FIFTH GRADE PRIMARY STUDENTS AND THEIR EFFECT ON THEIR ACQUISITION OF SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS

Authors

  • Prof. Dr. Yousif Fadel Alwan Al-Tamimi, Donya Thamer Moussa

Abstract

The aim of this research is to identify the preferred learning styles according to the VARK
model of fifth grade primary students and their effect on their acquisition of scientific concepts,
by verifying the following null hypothesis:
There are no statistically significant differences at a level of significance (0.5) between the
average scores of the students of the experimental group and those studied according to the
(VARK) model for learning styles, and the average scores of the pupils of the control group who
are studying according to the traditional method of examining the acquisition of scientific
concepts and for the purpose of verifying the goal and testing The validity of this hypothesis has
adopted two approaches:
The first curriculum: the descriptive curriculum, where the researchers conducted an
exploratory experiment that included a group of supervisors and teachers of the fifth grade
science subject, whose number reached (22), to determine the patterns preferred by the fifth
grade primary students in their study of the science subject according to the patterns specified in
the VARK model and confirmed the four patterns, respectively ( Visual learning pattern,
auditory learning pattern, reading / writing learning pattern, and practical / motor learning
pattern), and a questionnaire to ensure that there is a problem that exists till now.

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Published

2020-11-28

How to Cite

Prof. Dr. Yousif Fadel Alwan Al-Tamimi, Donya Thamer Moussa. (2020). THE PREFERRED LEARNING STYLES ACCORDING TO THE VARK MODEL AMONG FIFTH GRADE PRIMARY STUDENTS AND THEIR EFFECT ON THEIR ACQUISITION OF SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 1323 - 1340. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/852