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Kinesthetic Learning Activities Design Pattern

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The framework below will help you think about how to describe your KLA to others and make it easier for others to browse your KLA and decide whether it suits their needs.

To write your own KLA, follow this four step procedure:

1.Add a Qwiki link to the KLAs list. (Go to the KLAs page, click the edit button at the bottom, and then add your KLA to the list. Be sure to surround its name by underscores or use CamelCase.)

2.Copy the KLA Template. (Go to the KLA Template page, click the edit button, and copy everything in the source. You'll use that as the basis for your new page!)

3.Paste the template onto your page. (Click the ? after your KLA's Qwiki link in the KLAs list, click the "Edit this page" button, and paste the copied template.)

4.Fill in the template with the details of your KLA! (Replace the italicized explanations of the parts of the template with your own descriptions.)

Overview To KLA



Learning Goals:

Course And Level:

Class Size:

Preparation Time:

Execution Time:

Planning For KLA



Execution Of KLA


Variants And Extra Topics:

Constraints On KLA

Would your KLA work if your students had the following constraints:
Limited Vision: (including color-blindness)
Limited Hearing:
Limited Mobility:
Trouble Speaking:
Touch Aversion: (including cultural)

Pitfalls Of KLA

Feedback And Use Notes

Related Resources

Our KLA Poster

The 2004 SIGCSE special session on KLAs used the following poster for a KLA design pattern. The current pattern is based on the poster:


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