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Kinesthetic Learning Style

EasyChair Preprint no. 13516

9 pagesDate: June 3, 2024


The kinesthetic learning style refers to a preference for physical, hands-on experiences in the learning process. Individuals with a strong kinesthetic learning style tend to learn best by actively engaging with the subject matter through movement, touch, and manipulation of objects. These learners are often described as having good hand-eye coordination, enjoying hands-on activities, and being prone to fidgeting or restlessness during traditional lecture-based instruction.

Effective learning strategies for kinesthetic learners include incorporating role-playing, building models or prototypes, and conducting hands-on experiments into the curriculum. The use of physical props and visual aids can also support the kinesthetic learning approach. Providing frequent opportunities for movement and breaks can help kinesthetic learners maintain focus and stay engaged.

Keyphrases: Building models/prototypes, Hands-on experiments, movement, physical props, role-playing

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  author = {Edwin Frank},
  title = {Kinesthetic Learning Style},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 13516},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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