Students Perception on Readiness of Using Evidence Materials with Different Learning Styles
This survey study is aimed to identify the level of student’s perception on readiness of using evidence materials with different learning styles. A total of 521 form four students through random sampling techniques are involved in this study. The adapted questionnaire which has validated by experience content expert matters and has a good realibility values are instrument in this study. The data was analyzed descriptively and inferential such as One Ways ANOVA and MANOVA test using IBM SPSS programme. The findings indicated that the level of readiness of using evidence materials in overall and in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes is at a moderate based on the six types of learning styles and the highly mean is demonstrated by individual learning style students. In addition, the findings of this study also reported that there is no significant difference of readiness of using evidence materials in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes based on learning style. The implications of this study has suggested that the using evidence materials in learning history is a wise step that teachers should take into account by adjusting its use in line with students learning style.