The results showed that the Felder-Silverman learning style
model has the advantages of simplicity and comprehensiveness, and is well suited for use in digital learning (Fatahi, Moradi, & Kashani-Vahid, 2016).
An Arabic version of the Felder-Silverman learning style
model (FSLSM) questionnaire was used in this survey to examine the preferred learning styles among undergraduate nursing students .
"In-depth analysis of the Felder-Silverman learning style
dimensions." Journal of Research on Technology in Education 40(1): 79-93.
On the Use of Adaptive Instructional Images Based on the Sequential-Global Dimension of the Felder-Silverman Learning Style
There are several theories refer to learning styles such as Felder-Silverman learning style
model (FSLSM) Honey and Mumford and Kolb's Learning style model and VAK learning style model.
Based on a study of undergraduate business students, Naik (2009) finds that gender difference is statistically significant only in the visual-verbal dimension of the Felder-Silverman Learning Style
Table 1 Felder-Silverman Learning Style
Dimensions Bi-polar Dimension preferences Abbreviation Perception sensory/intuitive SEN/INT Input visual/verbal VIS/VER Information processing active/reflective ACT/REF Understanding sequential/global.
The adaptation criterion is represented by the Felder-Silverman learning style
The Felder-Silverman learning style
model defined four dimensions, each having two categories: perception (sensing/intuitive), input (visual/verbal), processing (active/reflective), and understanding (sequential/global).
The Felder-Silverman Learning Style
Model is utilized in this study.
After employing the learning style inventory, 40 of them with different learning styles were selected and categorized into eight groups with different learning styles defined in Felder-Silverman Learning Style
Felder and Spurlin (2005) believed that the active/reflective dimension from the Felder-Silverman Learning Style
model was analogous to the active experimentation dimension in Kolb's (1984) Learning Style model.