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Adv.1.kinaesthetically - in a kinesthetic manner; by means of kinesthesia; "he can perceive shapes kinesthetically"
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Moving like the lights, they saw, created a narrative that was expressed kinaesthetically. Something was moving further and the children talked about the use of light and how its opposite was 'the dark'.
Each child also has his/her individual strengths and learning styles, based on whether he/she is more visually, aurally or kinaesthetically inclined.
These activities highlight the connection between mathematics and dance, and allow students to collaboratively learn mathematics concepts kinaesthetically in a real-world context.
Whether students learn visually or kinaesthetically, their needs can be met easily and efficiently.
According to Felder & Silverman (1988), people gathered information kinaesthetically through visual and verbal inputs.
The YuMi Deadly Maths Program is based on two imperatives: first, that mathematics can empower all people's lives if understood as a conceptual structure, life-describing language and problem-solving tool; and second, that all people can excel in mathematics if taught kinaesthetically, contextually, with respect and with high expectations.
FOR someone who thought she had two left feet it was a relief to hear I was kinaesthetically aware.
Michelle Wickenden, customer and business development manager at e-Quality Learning said: "Our model is based on our trainers identifying the learner's learning style; whether they learn audibly, visually and/or kinaesthetically, this then helps them create a tailor made programme.
Although reaction to the present "here" can be strengthened in performance in that it is directly presented and kinaesthetically available to the audience, a character's ongoing yearning for a distant "there" can be a very powerful vector.
We all know from primary school that children love to see and handle objects rather than just read about them, particularly children who learn kinaesthetically. I had a wonderful moment with one of our autistic spectrum students who comes in to use the computers and previously never engaged with me, who was in absolute awe of a huge amethyst crystal and spent a full ten minutes examining the items on display and discussed several exhibits with me.
This required not only understanding myself as a kinaesthetic consciousness in general (Claesges 1964: 119ff.), but thematizing the "kinaesthetics of undergoing" in particular by turning to the affective register (for example, to what I can directly feel somaesthetically, in my own body) and appreciating the way in which I am kinaesthetically "welcoming" or "barring off" whatever I feel, sensing how I am moving-with the shifting vectors and valences as they emerge, or else "freezing up," inhibiting their flow.
Iconic-static representational media on the other way, conveying the sense of movement by a fixed image, seem less suitable to make the observer resound kinaesthetically since they fail in reproducing a sensible muscular and empathic echo in his/her body.