Students enrolled in a basic communication course taught using the personalized system of instruction (PSI) were studied to determine the influence of learning style preferences on academic achievement. The twenty measures of the Canfield Learning Style Inventory (CLSI) were regressed with three measures of student academic achievement. Eight of the twenty were significant in at least one of the three equations. Two of the learning style measures (class organization and performance expectations) were significant with all three measures of achievement. Two applications of the findings for basic course instructors are presented.
Lubbers, Charles A. and Seiler, William J.
"Learning Style Preferences and Academic Achievement Within the Basic Communication Course,"
Basic Communication Course Annual: Vol. 10
, Article 8.
Available at: http://ecommons.udayton.edu/bcca/vol10/iss1/8