An Examination Of Learning Styles Of Saudi Preparatory School Students High And Low In Reading Achievement

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Traditional Methods versus Learning Styles3

Traditional Methods versus Learning Styles4

An Overview of Learning Styles5

Learning-Style Differences and College Students' Majors8

Perceptual Preferences9

Global versus Analytic Processors10

Achievement Levels12

Learning Styles and Gender13

Correlational Analyses14

Infusing Learning Styles in College Learning18




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Although most high school graduates are prepared for college today, as all of Saudi Arabia, few gains have been made in the completion of the university in the last decade, substantial racial, ethnic, income, and geographical disparities have been disguised in these improvements. In fact, the gap in college participation among low-income students high and medium has expanded in many states. Furthermore, only slightly higher percentage of college students completes two four-year degrees. On the contrary, many of our country's global competitors have surpassed Saudi Arabia in access to higher education and the high school level at the time of economic and demographic changes in demand for education beyond high school. 

According to Carnevale and Desrochers, when staff recruit new employers prefer to hire candidates with post-secondary education, and reward them with higher salaries than candidates who have only completed high school. An associate degree typically provides wage increases of about 20 to 30% from the high school diploma, and benefits for women are even greater. On the other hand, potential employees do not have an associate degree, but have won at least one year of college credit have access to wages that are 5 to 11% higher than the salaries offered to graduating high school. In contrast, less educated workers encounter more obstacles when trying to increase their profits because they are less likely to receive training and access to technology, which both lead to increased revenue. In fact, the average increases in household income by $ 10,656 for workers with some college credit and $ ...
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