KINO

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KINOKinesthetics
KINOKey Intended Numeracy Outcomes (education; Australia)
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A prime example of an athlete who is a kinesthetic is Wayne Gretsky.
Still, several textual strategies in Ulysses do engage the kinesthetic potential of language, to borrow a term common to three influential fields in the early twentieth century: physical culture, social purity, and psychological aesthetics.
The sign language has helped her inject that kinesthetic element into the upper grades.
Even as he is recounting his private experiences, sympathetic readers will recollect their own experiences of the real world, a region generally out of doors, where one can feel the kinesthetic influences of sun, wind, rain, and physical stress.