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This study, conducted over 2 years (2019–2020), aimed to highlight how teachers’ communication style influences the learning style of high school students. We used research methods of the S.C. Questionnaire (communication analysis), a questionnaire to identify students’ learning styles, and guidance interview structured on 10 items. Both questionnaires were administered according to GDPR rules. We also used IBM Statistical Package for the Social Sciences 25 for statistical data processing. The outcomes of this research are as follows: (a) it allows a better understanding of the teaching–learning process in high school students; (b) it highlights how the teacher’s communication style influences the learning style of high school students, in both face-to-face teaching activities and online teaching–learning activities; and (c) it highlights the methods that facilitate the analysed phenomenon.
Keywords: Teachers’ communication, style, student’s learning style, Influence, High school
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