When writing this post I debated whether or not to use the phrase “Kinesthetic Learning” because it comes with baggage. There is disagreement among factions regarding the benefits of applying a curriculum dedicated to kinesthetic learning for those students that are screened as having a “Kinesthetic Learning Style” by the VARK model. My view is that it does work as long as the teacher understands that kinesthetic learning is a tool in the tool box and not the tool box itself. In other words, using kinesthetic learning as the only method of teaching will likely not work for most people.…
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