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The purpose of this study is to determine the distribution of talented students’ course achievements in the fields of mathematics and science, according to the learning styles. General screening method was used in this research. The universe of the research consists of Ninth grade students (2016–2017) who study at Bornova Anatolian High School. The sample of the study was composed of 11 talented students. After determining learning styles, the distribution of the students according to the learning styles was determined. At the end of the study, it was detected that mathematics course achievements’ average of the students who have assimilator learning style is higher than averages of the other students’s who have other learning styles. It was determined that physics course achievements’ average of the students who have assimilator learning style is higher than averages of the other students’s who have other learning styles.
Keywords: Learning styles, talented students, science and mathematics.
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