For me, I find it easy to learn something in theoretical by reading factual thoughts and analyzing them comprehensively and logically. On the other hand, if I want to be more handy like being in practice, I find it easy if someone would do it for me and listen to them, watch them how they do it and writing down some key notes to learn in progress. Lastly, it is always the best to experience those things you want.
I am primarily a visual learner and prefer to see and experience the beauty of words, pictures, graphics and movies in living color.
Written text has to be factual and well reasoned and is my secondary learning style.
If the audio or speaking is exciting and uplifting and not monotone, I can also learn this way, but would prefer to see pictures come alive.
Unfortunately, modern school systems have failed at using many different learning styles and techniques and have missed the opportunity to engage with students who have a primary or dominant learning style.
Thank you for your question.
A combination of above is very helpful, you can learn based on your interests and your motive. If you have a motivation to learn something different, be determine to put effort and time when you learn a particular subject, go out of the box, doing similar things is boring. If one is happy or lazy with having an average method of learning, it might be hard for you to be successful.
Life exist when you are out of your comfort zone. Be up for a challenge and be open-minded to new experience, that's how you value the importance of learning. Remember,, the best investment is knowledge. You will be happy and thankful that you did things productive based on what you've learned in the end :))
Visually, Audio, Reading are my key way but my most secret for learning is Practical because i comprehend what i learn by my self through practical... Remember after i read the theory then i face the practical so that i won't forget it in my life..