All brains learn differently.
All learners are not created equal. They come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and from many cultural backgrounds. In addition, their past experience and existing methods of learning may be quite different. Apart from differences in general background or culture.
Some people like to process information through text, while others want visual support and images. Some assimilate information individually, while others prefer to work in groups. Some grasp information intuitively and quickly, while others prefer to see a strong sequential path and time to reflect. In the end, the only thing you can say for sure is that every individual learns in their own particular way. We inherently use different parts of our brain to learn different things and activate different parts of our brains more readily than other parts.
VERBAL – Words are your strong point. You prefer to use words both in speech and writing.
LOGICAL / MATHEMATICAL – You learn best if you use logic, reasoning, systems, and sequences.
VISUAL – You prefer to use pictures, diagrams, images and spatial understanding to help you learn.
SOCIAL – You like to learn new things as a part of a group.
MUSICAL / AUDITORY – You prefer using sounds or music or even rhythms to help you learn.
SOLITARY – You like to work alone and use self-study.
PHYSICAL / KINESTHETIC – You use your hands, body and sense of touch to help you learn.
COMBINATION – Your learning style is a combination of two or more of these styles.