Development of learning process perceived by the students of the pharmacy department of different universities in Bangladesh
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It had been identified that undergraduate pharmacy students had distinctive learning requirements. When university instructors were aware of the unique learning styles of undergraduate pharmacy students, they will have the capacity to adjust their teaching approaches to best fit with their students’ learning preferences. The purpose of this study was to investigate the learning styles preferences of a group of undergraduate pharmacy students enrolled at three different universities of Bangladesh. The Kolb learning style inventory method was followed and a questionnaire had been developed which was distributed among approximately 300 students enrolled in undergrad pharmacy degree at three different universities. A total of 300 questionnaires were received containing responses. Among all the learning styles, students were more comfortable with e-learning and traditional methods for which 53.67% of students strongly agreed for E-learning style. The findings suggested that teacher should take into thought the educational style preferences of students once developing their course curricula and course define and that they should judge their teaching approaches, particularly after they measure designing, implementing and evaluating education initiatives to form a good learning surroundings for his or her students.