Learning Styles are based on the idea that people learn in different ways, and that each individual has a natural or preferred way of learning. For example, one model of Learning Styles categories people as Visual, Auditory, or Kinesthetic learners. Visual learners are thought to learn best through visual aids like pictures, watching movies, or working with graphic organisers. Auditory learners prefer to attend a lecture or listen to a podcast. Kinesthetic learners learn best when they are allowed to touch, feel, and manipulate objects, perform experiments.