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Title: Programed learning and the learners’ learning styles in selected public primary schools in merti Division, Isiolo District, Kenya
Authors: Boru Guyo Tuke
Keywords: Programed learning
Learning styles
Public primary schools
Merti Division
Isiolo District
Issue Date: Aug-2012
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
Abstract: The study set out to investigate the relationship between programmed learning and students’ learning styles in Merti division, Isiolo District, Kenya. The objectives of the study were to investigate the level of programmed learning and levels of student learning styles and finally the relationship between programmed learning and learning styles of students in Merti division, Isiolo District. The researcher used a descriptive correlative survey research design. The sample size consisted of 127 teachers. The methods of data collection were self-administered questionnaires. The findings revealed that programmed learning has a significant effect on students learning styles. The study recommended that facilities like computers should be provided in schools so that children can utilize them in programmed learning. More teachers should be trained and sensitized on programmed learning to cater for the growing number of students in the same. Parents should be sensitized on the importance of participating in overseeing their children’s programmed learning education sessions
Description: A research project submitted to the College of Education, Open and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment of requirement for the award of Bachelor of Education in ECPE of Kampala International University
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