HomeJournal of Business, Education and Lawvol. 16 no. 1 (2011)

Learning Styles and Academic Performance of JRU-HS Sophomore Students in Business Technology, SY 2009-2010

Nilo J. Barcelon | Sarah T. Gabrentina

Discipline: Education



This study principally aimed to examine the learning styles and academic performance of JRU – High School Sophomores in Business Technology Subject for the school year 2009-2010. It used descriptive method and involved the total of 250 randomly selected sophomore students. One of the significant findings shows that the respondents were inclined to receive information under auditory learning style in moderation, that is, situational in application. When interviewed, most of the respondents admitted that they liked listening to the teacher more rather than themselves talking. Asked further, they bared that they were not afraid to talk but felt more convenient when listening.