Learning & development have long been seen as a secondary function in the corporate world, but with the pressures of the pandemic, many CEOs and C-suite executives have realized their importance.
Through the sensory organs in the muscles and joints, kinesthetic learning is the ability to recognize position and movement of body parts. To put it simply, it is the process of learning through touch (physical activity). According to the VARK system, it is one of the four types of learning styles. VARK stands for Visual, Auditory, Reading, and Kinesthetic.