Applying knowledge of student learning styles has been one response to pressures for educational accountability. The purpose of this study was to identify the information and decision-making preferences of students enrolled in different health occupations programs and different educational settings. The findings indicated significant differences existed in the preference scores of health occupations education students in various occupational majors. Differentiation of preferences for Sensing existed between educational sites. Four recommendations are made regarding the application of the findings in areas such as instructional design, teacher-student interaction in the learning process, and career counseling.
Gable, Karen E. R.D.H., Ed.D.
"Postsecondary Health Occupations Students' Preferences for Processing Information and Decision-Making,"
Journal of Health Occupations Education: Vol. 3
, Article 8.
Available at: http://stars.library.ucf.edu/jhoe/vol3/iss2/8