This article describes the effects of research concerned with identifying the learning styles of Special Education (SPED) students and then teaching them globally, tactually, and/or kinesthetically
with instructional resources that complement their perceptual strengths.
Sixty percent of all people process information kinesthetically
In light of the fact that therapeutic restructuring must negotiate the reliving of traumas, the adaptability and transformative component of creative drama can allow the child to engage cognitively, kinesthetically
, emotionally, and artistically in a communal setting.
Is the music interesting, harmonically rich, rewarding and kinesthetically
sound for the hand?
Each movement is first performed physically and then imaged either visually or kinesthetically
in a rotating fashion, resulting in a total of eight self-assessments of imagery ability.
Difficult concepts that are hard to master on paper can often be easily understood kinesthetically
, by touching, feeling, manipulating and thinking.
Differences between the learning styles of LD and gifted students include variations in their preferences for light, seating design (formal versus informal), learning kinesthetically
, persistence, responsibility, and in their parent versus self versus and teacher motivation (Yong & McIntyre, 1992).
verbally as well as kinesthetically
, he took the podium to lead
The first, who is kinesthetically
inclined, wished to know the exact physical mechanism.
Perhaps one of the most striking features in these classrooms was the demands these teachers placed on students to provide representations of their learning-orally, artistically, kinesthetically
, and in writing.
Floor games, role-playing activities, and field trips help kinesthetically
inclined students to learn.
You can't just look in the direction of that person's face and have it register kinesthetically