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The Strengths of a Kinesthetic Learner

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July 17, 2014
The Strengths of a Kinesthetic Learner

Kinesthetic learners need to be doing something to learn. They’re in trouble for being antsy or getting out of their seats. If you teach K-learners to use their strengths, they will succeed in class. They have great motor memory, so encourage note-taking. These kids always have energy, so encourage them to be in a play or captain of the team!

 
 

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