New Bio Follows a Sickly Kinesthetic Learners’ Blooming to Full Potential

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A mysterious dysfunction haunted Chloe Anderson’s early years–her parents’ patience and perseverance finally uncovers her condition, leading to her therapy and a future defined by her talents as a kinesthetic learner.

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A mysterious dysfunction haunted the full development of young Chloe Anderson. She was eventually found to be a kinesthetic learner. Kinesthetic learners learn best by moving their bodies, activating their large or small muscles as they learn. These are the “hands-on learners” or the “doers” who actually concentrate better and learn more easily when movement is involved. In Chloe the Kinesthetic Learner, readers follow author Jacqueline Skubal Anderson and her husband’s struggle to search for answers to Chloe’s unique physical condition, one that prevented her from fulfilling her potential for a long time.

Born on May 23, 1992, Chloe was a floppy infant. Her size and allergies and asthma played major roles in hiding the central health issue that took doctors time to unravel and uncover. Chloe has a central nervous system disorder that has affected her learning style and limited use of shoulders and arms until recently. Through supervised exercise or physical therapy and other suggested steps by doctors, they got to the point of making a “two steps forward then one step backward” process. That’s what it took to uncover Chloe’s condition and correct it.

Kinesthetic learners are often considered “hyperactive children”. Kinesthetic learners are often well coordinated and have a strong sense of timing and body movement. They do well as performers: athletes, actors, or dancers. In Chloe the Kinesthetic Learner, after what seems like an eternity for her parents, patience and perseverance paid off when her condition was finally corrected. Now, Chloe is poised to follow her true, God-given nature. Her story so far is an inspiring one of a sickly child slowly being cured and blooming into a healthy girl who’s future will be defined by her talents as a kinesthetic learner.

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Jacqueline Skubal Anderson was born on May 9, 1953 and raised in a rural area twenty-five miles southeast of Green Bay, Wisconsin. She was the fourth of five siblings and worked on mink farms; waitressing and growing crops for cash were some of her early jobs. After graduating from Mishicot High School, she attended the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh and graduated 1976 with a BS degree in psychology. She worked in human service jobs in Oshkosh, Manawa, Sheboygan, and Waukesha before marrying her husband in 1983. Then she became program manager of a group home, raised her two girls and staying on the job until she left in 2000.

Chloe The Kinesthethic Learner * by Jacqueline Skubal Anderson
How Her Health Issues Interfered with Her Learning Style
Publication Date: May 10, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 52 pages; 978-1-4836-3141-7
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