Baraa I really agree with your comment. Knowing how we learn, which ways we learn easier, and which ways are more difficult for us to learn is so informative and useful for us, so we know where to improve and what to do.
When students know they learn better in one way, they can use it.
Let’s say, someone is better with memorising information through listening, but finds it difficult to memorise through reading. So, this student can record themselves with their phone reading a chapter from their geography book, and then listen to it later on with their earphones while they are doing exercise. Another person might prefer to draw doodles& drawings and label them. I like to work at the big kitchen table, while eating celery, it helps me concentrate 🙂 . There are so many ways to learn, so we should try all of them and see which ones are better for us.