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Represent information kinesthetically

Represent information kinesthetically: Teaching Complex Topics
Represent information kinesthetically: Teaching Complex Topics

Students learn best by doing Discover ways that you can implement kinesthetic methods so that students are moving and working with their body during instruction. Handwrirting is considered kinesthetic, so taking good notes is another way to actively involve students in the learning process.

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