The following statement is something that a lot of teachers will find hard to accept.
…the idea that students learn differently depending on their personal preference for visual, auditory or kinesthetic cues is just a myth.
For much of my teaching career the idea that people learn in different ways has been one that is widely accepted. This last summer in a job posting one of the requirements was to say how you would cater for the different learning styles in the class.
But more and more research it appears, suggests this is not the case. The majority of people learn in a similar way. Many teachers spend countless hours either planning activities for different learning styles or beat themselves up because they are not. If you are interested then the whole article is here, originally found in Quartz, it was flipped into my Educational Stories Worth Reading. It makes for thought proving reading.