If you’d like to make these sampling ideas stick with your kinesthetic learner, have him/her try each kind of survey with the same population. He/she can come up with a survey question. Next, he/she will need to choose a population (i.e. kids on the block, neighbors, family members, etc…). After choosing the population discuss different ways he/she can conduct each survey type. Here are some suggestions:
Random: Put all population names in a hat and draw out five. Now go ask those 5.
Systematic: Write down the name and phone numbers or addresses of everyone in the population and then choose a pattern to follow. For example, call or visit every other person on the list.
Convenience: Find a place that will be easy to get find many people from the population and conduct your survey there. (i.e. neighborhood park).