kinaesthetic


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kin·es·thet·ic

(kin'es-thet'ik)
Relating to kinesthesia.
Synonym(s): kinaesthetic.

kinaesthetic

capable of detecting movements, as in the sense organs of muscles, tendons and joints.

kin·es·thet·ic

(kin'es-thet'ik)
1. Relating to kinesthesia.
2. A person who preferentially uses mental imagery of sensate experience.
Synonym(s): kinaesthetic.
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Your children may not fit one of the categories described, visual, auditory or kinaesthetic, but might be a combination of two styles.
I also wondered how a kinaesthetic learner had managed to sit still at a computer screen for so long, with only minimal twirling?
Children who score best at Sats are those who are identified as visual learners, but children whose best style of learning is kinaesthetic perform worst at Sats.
That disadvantages two thirds of the population, particularly children with special educational needs who are mainly kinaesthetic learners.
We also find 48% of learners preferring to process visual information, 36% auditory and 16% preferring kinaesthetic and tactile instruction.