Revision Techniques for Kinesthetic Learners

Revision Techniques for Kinesthetic Learners

This week’s blog post is the second installment of a three-part series focusing on revision techniques for kinesthetic learners. With GCSE and A-Level exams getting closer, it’s important that your child’s revision sessions employ techniques that are going to help them retain and learn the most information. As many classrooms predominately cater to visual and auditory learners, kinesthetic learners can struggle. We’v

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