Variable Teaching and learning in the modern classroom has so many recognized facets that it is surely impossible not to wish to be innovative and experimental in your approach as a teacher. It has long been recognized that not all [young] people learn in the same way, and that not all students in a class receive the information that is given to them in the same way. A simple understanding of the psychological concept of learning styles using the Auditory, Visual and Kinesthetic models would rapidly inform any teacher of the need to use a variety of teaching and learning approaches when building a scheme of work and the lessons to go into it. I have yet to meet any teachers who have even asserted a belief in the use of a single learning style for their classroom. It is safe ground to assume that there is a consensus on the need for a variety of teaching and learning styles to be put in place for a teacher to have success with the full range of their students.