Three learning styles (auditory, visual, and kinesthetic) are touched upon in this article, giving teachers a comprehensive look at how to effectively implement teaching strategies into their classrooms. Specifically, it gives ideas for how to use games to teach English in each learning style.
The Kinesthetic Classroom offers a thorough look at kinesthetic learning and how to best meet the needs of these learners. Educators can learn practical learning strategies that will best help motivate kinesthetic learners.
Insight into how kinesthetic learners make connections and learn new information is given in this video. It also presents quick and simple strategies that can easily be implemented into the ELA classroom to accommodate this type of learner.
Kinesthetic learners face challenges when it comes to memorizing vocabulary words, which are often taught in ways that appeal mostly to visual or auditory learners. This article discusses these challenges and provides teaching strategies that incorporate the kinesthetic learning style into vocabulary activities.