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Learning Styles and the Hybrid Learning: An Empirical Study about the Impact of Learning Styles on the Perception of the Hybrid Learning


  • Ora Ariel

    (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)

  • Sahatcija Roland

    (Mediterranean University of Albania, Albania)

  • Ferhataj Anxhela

    (European University of Tirana, Albania)


Learning style is a crucial element in the academic life of students. It plays a fundamental role in the selection of a suitable teaching method of instruction. The aim of this research paper is the study of the perception of the hybrid learning and students’ learning style. In addition, another objective of the study is to analyze the perception of the hybrid learning in accordance with the learning style. This paper employs quantitative research and the descriptive and comparative methods. The study sample consists of 89 Albanian university students. Data analysis was conducted through SPSS 20 and JASP- The statistical analyses utilized in this paper are distribution tables, crossed tabulation, student test, Pearson correlation coefficient, Bayesian Independent Samples T-Test, and One - Way ANOVA. The conclusion of the data analysis shows that most students used the visual learning style in order to study. Students have a positive perception of the hybrid learning. There exists an insignificant statistical correlation between learning styles and the perception of the hybrid learning. The area of study has an impact on the components of the hybrid learning.

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  • Ora Ariel & Sahatcija Roland & Ferhataj Anxhela, 2018. "Learning Styles and the Hybrid Learning: An Empirical Study about the Impact of Learning Styles on the Perception of the Hybrid Learning," Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Sciendo, vol. 9(1), pages 137-148, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:mjsosc:v:9:y:2018:i:1:p:137-148:n:13

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