Shattering The Brain Fog Wall
Sight, hearing, speech, touch, emotion, short-term memory, long-term memory, language, and reasoning abilities are the most important for learning.
Learning Styles are important because most people have a preferred way to learn. Some learn best by listening. Some have to observe every step, while others have to actually do it to learn it. The fact is that individuals need all three modalities, visual, auditory, and kinesthetic, to truly commit information to memory.
Working Memory is the mental sticky note people use to keep track of information until it is needed. Working memory is the key to learning. Then sensory memory leads to long term memory.