Learning Suggestions for Kinesthetic/Tactile Learners

Tactile Learners can benefit from trying the following when studying: studying in short blocks, doing role play and experiments, taking trips and visits, studying with others, and using memory games and flash cards.

Source: Learning Styles: Know and Use Your Personal Learning Style @ About.com

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  • Kinesthetic learning @ Wikipedia

    Excerpt: When learning, it helps for these students to move around; this increases the students’ understanding, with learners generally getting better marks in exams when they can do so. Kinesthetic learners usually succeed in activities such as chemistry experiments, sporting activities, art and acting; they also may listen to music while learning or studying. It is common for kinesthetic learners to focus on two different things at the same time, remembering things in relation to what they were doing. They possess good eye-hand coordination. In kinesthetic learning, learning occurs by the learner using their body to express a thought, an idea or a concept (in any field).

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