Research points out to the fact that students and trainees in general learn effectively with teaching pedagogy that matches their learning style preferences (Li et al., 2008). There is ample research in studying the influence of learning styles (Coffield et al., 2004; Reynold & Vince, 2007; Welsh et al., 2007; Herbert & Stenfors, 2007; Sievers, 2007; Hyde, 2007; Kayes A.B., 2007; Garcia et al., 2007; Demirbas & Demirkan, 2007; Armstrong & Mahmud,2008). This empirical work centers on learning styles of Indian students with reference to Management Education. The study has been undertaken to evaluate, analyze and compare learning style preferences of Indian students enrolled for the Master’s program in Management. The aim of this study is to ascertain different learning styles of students and develop pedagogy for improving delivery of management courses. An attempt has been made to develop a research instrument that could further facilitate research in improvising curriculums. A descriptive and exploratory design has been employed to carry out this work. The literature review on learning styles is presented to begin with, followed by the findings from the empirical study. Factor analysis has been used to assess learning styles of students.
|Keywords:||Learning Styles, Management Education, Pedagogy|
Professor, School of Business Management, New York Institute of Technology, Amman, Jordan
Assistant Professor, AURORA'S POST GRADUATE COLLEGE(SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT), Aurora P.G. College, Hyderabad, HYDERABAD, ANDHRA PRADESH, India
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