Infographic: Exploring Kinesthetic/Tactile Learning Styles

Some people find they learn best through reading, some through hearing, and others through doing. Learning style can affect how well you come to understand classroom material, your interest in and enjoyment of a subject, and even what you choose as your later career. Activities that engage kinesthetic learners include manipulating objects and physically performing tasks, especially in engaging environments like science labs, mechanic shops, and kitchens or food prep stations. This infographic explores the characteristics, learning strengths, career possibilities, and learning process for people who learn by doing. For more information about hands-on programs for kinesthetic/tactile learners, visit:

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