This study investigated the relationship between the style, concentration, and achievement of students in terms of visual/verbal learning when learning conceptual knowledge with the use of mobile phones in the classroom. A total of 93 Chinese college students who majored in education participated in this study. Two major results were identified by combining the methods of correlation analysis and ANOVA (one-way, two-way): A significant correlation was found to exist between concentration and the delayed post-test. Moreover, a significant interaction effects on learning achievement was found in visual/verbal learning style and concentration. The implications, limitations, and future research plans were presented.
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