Teaching Technical Teacher Candidates with Various Types of Learning Styles: Online and Face-to-Face Compounds

Hamonangan Tambunan, Marsangkap Silitonga, Uli Basa Sidabutar


Differences in statements about the practice of blended learning (a combination of online and face-to-face instruction) were found in experiments conducted on prospective students of engineering teachers. There were various forms of learning, and—significantly—the various types of learning styles had a significant influence on competence. Group members’ competencies based on learning is significantly different, but based on the type of learning style, there are competencies which are not significantly different between several groups

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v8n5p233


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