Before we can understand these, we have to understand that the
reason people have different learning styles is that they PERCEIVE and PROCESS experiences in different ways. (Carl Jung a European psychatrist has done extensive studies in this area)
Children who are SENSORS/OBSERVERS are most concerned with why questions and answers. They learn INTUITIVELY through immediate experiences such as interacting with others, listening and speaking.
Children who are OBSERVERS/THINKERS are most concerned with "What" questions and answers. They learn "intellectually" by observing, analyzing, classifying, concluding and making connections.
Children who are THINKERS/DOERS want to know how something works. They learn practically through skill-building activities such as doing, following directions, testing, and applying.
Children who are DOERS/SENSORS ask "what if" questions. They learn "creatively" through experimentation, changing things, working together, being creative and innovating.