The findings support each of the aforementioned hypotheses that visual learners will perform statistically better on OOSD tasks than those visual learners who are not instructed using a pedagogy that supports a visual learning style.
Our research investigates whether one acquires a better understanding of the OOSD knowledge when one engages in a learning activity that functionally mirrors one's own dominate learning style.
Although the five dependent variables assessed in the current study present a specific and encompassing perspective of task performance in OOSD, the metrics employed represent only one possible set of assessment criteria.
Figure 2 summarizes the correlation of inputs, processing, and outputs for both manufacturing and OOSD.
This section applies the major lean techniques that so effectively increase productivity and efficiency in manufacturing to OOSD.