Burton-Pack Elementary third graders Jada Jamison and Edrina Owens take turns quizzing each other on multiplication equations while walking and balancing in a new learning lab this year where kids move while they learn. It’s a test of kinesthetic learning, which takes place when students learn by physical activity rather than sitting and listening to a lecture.
Burton-Pack Elementary third graders Jada Jamison and Edrina Owens take turns quizzing each other on multiplication equations while walking and balancing in a new learning lab this year where kids move while they learn. It’s a test of kinesthetic learning, which takes place when students learn by physical activity rather than sitting and listening to a lecture. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Burton-Pack Elementary third graders Jada Jamison and Edrina Owens take turns quizzing each other on multiplication equations while walking and balancing in a new learning lab this year where kids move while they learn. It’s a test of kinesthetic learning, which takes place when students learn by physical activity rather than sitting and listening to a lecture. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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