This paper addresses the question of whether higher education Hispanic students of different nationalities have different perceptual learning style preferences. Independent samples t-tests findings suggest the country of origin of a Hispanic student's parents has a statistically significant relationship (n=165, p<0.0073) with student's learning style preferences. ANOVA results also identified a statistically significant relationship between SES and group learning style (p<0.004,) and between visual learning style and two factors: age (p<0.011) and family education (p<0.033).
College and Department
David O. McKay School of Education; Educational Leadership and Foundations
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Lui, Catherine Johnston, "The Perceptual Learning Style Preferences of Hispanic Students in Higher Education" (2017). Theses and Dissertations. 6712.
perceptual learning styles, learning styles, learning style preferences, cultural learning differences, country of origin, Hispanic-American students, higher education students