عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this descriptive-correlational study was to determine students' learning modalities using Witkin's field-dependent and field-independent learning style (1976). Using stratified random sampling, 135 students in the Department of Agricultural Extension and Education participated in the study. Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) was used to collect data. Results revealed that the majority of students were field-dependent. This learning style clearly indicates that students are skillful in recognizing entrepreneurial opportunities. However, they were not competent in other entrepreneurial process such as planning, coordinating, and venture creation. Moreover, males favored field-independent learning style whereas females preferred a field-dependent learning style. Results of this study have some implications for choosing adequate learning styles for entrepreneurship education. Further recommendations are given based on the findings of the study.