Resources › For Adult Learners Resources for Adult Students with a Kinesethetic Learning Style Share Flipboard Email Print For Adult Learners Tips For Adult Students Getting Your Ged By Deb Peterson Education Expert B.A., English, St. Olaf College Deb Peterson is a writer and a learning and development consultant who has created corporate training programs for firms of all sizes. our editorial process Deb Peterson Updated July 30, 2019 It can take a long time to sort through the pages and pages of Internet sites regarding learning styles. We wanted a quicker way to find helpful information, so we put together this list of resources regarding the tactile-kinesthetic learning style. What is a learning style? People learn in different ways. Some like to see something done before trying it on their own. They are visual learners. Others want to listen to information, to hear instructions. These students are considered auditory learners. Some students want to do a task while they are learning it. They want to touch the material involved, walk through the paces. These are tactile-kinesthetic learners. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, kinesthesia is the sensation felt in your muscles and joints when you move your body. You don't really need a test to tell you what your learning style is, although they are available. Most people know from experience how they prefer to learn. Are you a tactile-kinesthetic learner? These resources are for you. 01 of 06 Tactile-Kinesthetic Learning Activities jo unruh - E Plus - Getty Images 185107210 Grace Fleming, About.com's Homework/Study Tips Expert, offers a nice list of activities that help define the tactile-kinesthetic learner. She also includes "worst test type" and "best test type." Handy! 02 of 06 Tips for Tactile-Kinesthetic Learners and Teachers Lena Mirisola - Image Source - Getty Images 492717469 About.com's Secondary Education Expert, Melissa Kelly, offers a description of kinesthetic learners that includes tips for teachers on how to adapt lessons for the kinesthetic student. 03 of 06 The Kinesthetic Learning Style in Test Prep Glow Images - Getty Images 82956959 Kelly Roell, About.com's Test Prep Expert, offers strategies for both kinesthetic students and their teachers. 04 of 06 Kinesthetic Language Learning Clay Cooper How do you go about learning a new language when your learning style is kinesthetic? Gerald Erichsen, Spanish Language Expert at About.com, has some ideas for you. 05 of 06 Ways to Teach Music Kinesthetically Dominic Bonuccelli - Lonely Planet Images - Getty Images 148866213 Music seems auditory, obviously, but it's also incredibly tactile. This website, My Harp's Delight, includes ways to teach music kinesthetically. 06 of 06 Active Learning Techniques Robert Churchill - E Plus - Getty Images 157731823 From the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College in Northfield, MN comes this nice list of active learning techniques. SERC at Carleton also includes related information they call Cooperative Learning.