Learning preferences in higher education: a medical student’s perspective
Muhammed Shaan Riaz, Mohamed Rimzy Mohamed Riza, Mohammed Abdul Shafi
Faculty of Medicine, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK
We note with great interest the article by Aldosari et al,1 which investigated the learning style preferences of dental students at a single institution in Riyadh. Although the original article focuses on a single institution in Riyadh, we believe that the approach to improve student learning is critically important on a global level. We appreciate the authors’ efforts in understanding different learning styles to improve the effectiveness of teaching.
View the original paper by Aldosari and colleagues.
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