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- Learn by becoming physically involved and actually doing something with what's being learned.
- A "Hands-on" activity is needed to grasp the learning.
- "Being on the move" helps your memory to work.
- Kinesthetic learners learn best by doing.
- In the classroom, you benefit from physical activity, in-class demonstrations, "hands-on" student learning experiences and professors who give real-life examples.
- Using large diagrams, floor/wall puzzles and large maps on the wall or floor is helpful.
- Charades, acting, interviewing, pantomiming, skits and role-playing enhance learning.
- Laboratories, field trips, trial-error assignments, and fieldwork done outside the classroom promote more interest.
- Use practical/doing approach.
- Try learning using different activities.
- Study in short blocks rather than in a stretched session.
- Use role plays while Studying.
- Use flashcards to memorize.
- Walking while studying, will make you memorize faster.
- Hold the book in your hands while reading.
- Sit near the door or someplace else, where you can easily get up and move around.
- Illustrate your ideas by drawing maps, diagrams, graphs, tables.
- When reviewing new information, copy key points onto a whiteboard or other large writing surface.
- Use the computer to organize the information into graphs, tables, spreadsheets, etc.
- Practice writing answers to old exam papers, record your own CD, and use them for review.
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