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Read/write individuals prefer to learn from printed text, while kinesthetic individuals prefer to learn through direct practice, which may involve other perceptual modes.
The group who like to experience their learning using all their senses, including touch, hearing, smell, taste, and sight, are kinesthetic (K).
Careers for Kinesthetic learners : Actor, dancer, physical therapist, coach.
Vocally, a visual person has a loud, high, fast-tempoed rate of speaking; an auditory person has a mid-range even tempoed rate; and the kinesthetic person has a soft, low, slow-tempoed vocal quality (Helm, 1989, p.
Thus, the neutral focus may be encouraged through kinesthetic cues, which direct attention to relevant physical feelings associated with movements without referencing specific body parts or actions (Goudas, Hatzidimitriou, & Kikidi, 2006; Moran.
The neurologic interactions between mind and body are the source of kinesthetic experience.
The highest level of kinesthetic sensitivity found in these athletes especially applies to the particular body limbs more involved in that sport's physical movement: the lower limbs for figure skaters, the upper limbs for boxers or the lower limbs for karate practitioners (Starosta, et al.
Creative Dance and Learning: Making the Kinesthetic Link" is a core and essential addition to academic library Dance Education reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
VAK is an acronym that stands for three major sensory modes of learning: visual, aural, and kinesthetic, depending on the neural system with which a learner prefers to receive information.
One of the most established identifications of learning styles is that student learning styles fall into three types:" Visual Learners, Auditory Learners and Kinesthetic Learners.
Rhythm of Math: Teaching Mathematics with Body Music -A Kinesthetic Approach" is a 162-page spiral bound manual plus 52 minute instructional DVD that uses a kinesthetic approach to teach mathematics principles grade levels 3-5 that are aligned with Common Core Mathematics Standards.
Of particular interest in relation to elite dance training and performance are third-person visual imagery (VI) and first-person kinesthetic imagery (KI).
The perceptual category includes preferences for alternative perceptual modalities, including auditory, or learning by listening; visual-picture, or learning by seeing images, illustrations or pictures; visual-word, or learning by reading; tactile and/or kinesthetic, or learning through hands-on experience and by doing; and, verbal-kinesthetic, or learning by verbalizing.
One of the most common learning styles is that students' learning styles through three preferences; visual learners auditory learners and kinesthetic learners.
Some of us learn best through visual means, others rely on auditory information and still others respond to kinesthetic learning -- learning by doing or body and touch-based preferences.