Kinesthetic/Tactile Learners

Teaching Strategies That Help Children Improve Focus

Many right-brained learners are faced with challenges with focus in the classroom, and inability to focus has many faces. Distractability or seeming inability to focus isn't tied to a disability, rather, it is indicative of learning needs that we can help children address. Children who are right-brained in general prefer hands-on, tactile, kinesthetic and visual approaches to learning, and if they find themselves in a predominantly auditory/sequential setting, focusing will be more difficult for them.

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