Supporting pupils with different learning styles 3

Faber, Krista
May 2013
British Journal of School Nursing;May2013, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p206
Academic Journal
The article discusses some of the different learning styles that can be of help in supporting kinesthetic learners or visual and auditory learners or learners that learn best by physically doing something. Some practical tasks, which if incorporated into standard lessons can help support kinesthetic learners are included. These include using a practical sort task, using Venn diagrams, using mini-whiteboards, designing posters for particular topics, making 3D models, and a PowerPoint quiz.


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