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Kinesthetic learners

How many of us here? Practical, try all things, experience etc.

There are those who read books about trading. And there are those who just jump in with a phrase "I can see myself doing this."

Making up about 5% of the population, tactile and kinesthetic learners absorb information best by doing, experiencing, touching, moving or being active in some way.

* Enjoy feeling, discovery and action
* Remember by using tools, building models and manipulating things
* Learn through emotions, touch, movement and space
* Enjoy demonstrations of concept demonstrations
* Master skills through imitation and practice.
* Benefit from hands-on teaching techniques
* Find it difficult to sit still for long periods of time.
* Remember who did what in the past, rather than what they said or how they looked.
* Prefer to stand, walk about or use large motor muscles when learning.
* Learn well from field trips and excursions.
* Tends to collect things
* Do not have good handwriting
* Are weaker at spelling.
* Talk fast using hands to communicate
* Benefit from role-playing and simulations
* Enjoy having background music while studying or working.
* Good at sports
* Take frequent breaks when studying
* Think in terms of physical action
* May play a musical instrument.
* Enjoy exploring the environment
* Participates in martial arts, dance.
* Can grasp concepts when abstract theories are combined with practical experience
* Enjoy science experiments, construction games, arts ad crafts
* Could be considered hyperactive
* More relaxed and open to learning in a beanbag than a hard chair.
* Good internal compass for finding their way around.
* Get restless during long lectures
* Comfortable touching others as a gesture of friendship
* Prefer participating actively rather than watching video or reading from a book
* Learn more effectively when free to move
* Studies effectively laying on floor or bed, fidgeting, tapping fingers or touching objects
I thought Kinesthetic Learning was when I clicked my mouse and then the market poked me in the eye after a peculiar trade?