"If the child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way [he] learn[s]"  - Ignacio Estrada, Facebook Post

Learning styles-based education (LSBEd) places the child as the center of education. Learning Styles-Based Education uses an enhanced instructional design (FIER Instructional design) that includes the 5-step, 5-cycle model of teaching.  It follows the learning styles model as a basis in the formulation of objectives, outcomes, activities, and assessment.

To agree with some educational theorists like John Dewey, Jean Piaget, Lv Vygotsky, Maria Montessori, and Carl Rogers,  here, the child is the main focus: the development of the child's abilities and skills, and the placement of the child. The child is molded into a wholesome individual that can become a productive contributor to the society's needs.  In short, the child is molded and taught in such a way that he may be able to perform and produce the desired outcomes. 

The article is too long that  I decided to link you to other articles.  I do not wish to condense it that I may leave some important details and citations.  The following articles are expected to give you enough knowledge about learning Styles-Based Education. See comment sections for the links to these articles.

1.  The Child as the Central Focus

2. FIER Instructional Design:  Theories and Concepts Towards Quality Education.

3. The 5-Step, 5-Cycle Model that gives provisions to the learning styles of the students, anchored with the Dunn and Dunn learning style model, and Felder-Silverman's Learning and Teaching styles model.

4.  Formulating learning style-based objective/outcomes/activities/assessments

5.  Derived from the Learning Styles Theories and Concepts of Dunn and Dunn’s and Felder/Silverman/Soloman’s.