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- adj. Of or relating to kinesthesia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to kinæsthesia.
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- adj. of or relating to kinesthesis
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He's very -- what we call kinesthetic, very touchy - feely, very tactile, which is really one of the reasons that people love him.
Selfwork: Some practice in kinesthetic visualization.
Selfwork: Bits of practice in kinesthetic visualization.
But students who learn best through a hands-on approach are called kinesthetic learners.
It is also sometimes called the kinesthetic sense (kin'es-thefik; "movement-feeling" G).
Movement-based cues include rhythm (but not actually counting) and the feeling of the movement, called kinesthetic feedback.
Good for so-called kinesthetic learners though I'm not so sure I believe all that stuff about different modes of learning.
The third learning style is called kinesthetic, or tactile, learners.
Flying, hopping, walking backwards through the maze, Lakesha didn’t realize that she was experiencing something with the lingoistic name kinesthetic learning.
County administrators are looking for ways to expand this form of learning, sometimes called "kinesthetic" learning.