Learning styles of radiologic technology freshmen of De La Salle - Health Sciences Campus school year 2006-2007

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology


Learning, Radiologic Technology


Descriptive method was used in this study. The respondents were 108 RT freshmen and they were selected using simple random sampling. The researchers adopted the questionnaire of Cadao and Española (2006). Frequency count, percentage and Chi-square were the statistical tools used. The following conclusions were drawn: (1) Most of the respondents are 17 years old and above; (2) Majority are male; (3) Most are regular students; (4) Majority are auditory learners in terms of perceptual modalities, analytic learners in terms of information processing and extrovert learners in terms of personality patterns; (5) Age has no association to the learning styles of the RT freshmen. However, there is a significant relationship in information processing according to age; (6) Gender is not a determinant of the learning styles of the RT freshmen; (7) Student type is not a determinant of the perceptual modalities, information processing and personality pattern of the first year RT students.

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