Table 3
Percentage of preference for each of the four Kolb Learning Styles (Concrete Experimentalist (CE), Reflective Observer (RO), Abstract Conceptualizer (AC) and Abstract Experimentalist (AE) across faculties by students and in professors’ assignments from course outlines.

Faculty Group (n) CE
(feeling)
RO
(watching)
AC
(thinking)
AE
(doing)
Humanities Student 100 22 24 28 26
  Professor 10 5 34 39 21
Health Sciences Student 97 21 24 24 31
  Professor 10 11 30 34 25
Science Student 134 18 26 27 30
  Professor 10 0 46 33 21
Management Student 109 21 24 28 28
  Professor 10 8 34 31 27

Table 4

Percentage of preference for each of the four Kolb Learning Strategies (Assimilator, Converger, Accomodator or Diverger) across faculties by students and in professors’ assignments from course outlines.

Faculty Group (n) Assimilators Convergers Accomodators Divergers
Humanities Student 100 52 54 48 46
  Professor 10 73 60 26 39
Health Sciences Student 97 48 55 52 39
  Professor 10 64 59 36 41
Science Student 134 53 57 48 44
  Professor 10 79 54 21 46
Management Student 109 52 56 49 45
  Professor 10 65 58 35 52