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Unformatted text preview: Tactile/Kinesthetic learners learn differently than visual and auditory learners, therefore tactile/kinesthetic learners should use alternative study methods. To memorize tactile/kinesthetic learners should use flash cards, pictures, and charts. Pacing and fidgeting can also help to stay focused and to memorize. It is also recommended that tactile/kinesthetic learners take many breaks and that they study in more of a lounging or lying position. Tactile/Kinesthetic learners should sit near the front of the classroom to better fathom what is being taught. References Suzanne Miller, DVC online , The Four Learning Styles in the DVC Survey, http://www.metamath.com/lsweb/fourls.htm , 9/19/10. Mellissa Kelly, About.com Guide , Understanding and Using Learning Styles, http://712educators.about.com/od/learningstyles/a/learning_styles.htm , 3/19/10....
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