I made the above diagram to show different ways to communicate with different types of learners. The middle section, the connection between ALL types of learners, was hard to complete. Of course, most teachers just seem to skip over it. Some teachers will center their courses around lectures that only provide for auditory learners, or perhaps projects that only provide for kinesthetic learners. Teachers rarely seem to cover all of the bases for all of their students.
Some of the sections provide rather unconventional recommendations for ways to spread information such as making music and videos. These project mediums, while possibly uncommon, can be very effective. I know, from experience, that I've learned a lot from being given the opportunity to expand my horizons with audio and video-centric projects.
For example, in seventh grade, I was given the opportunity to use what I'd learned about the Middle Ages to create a video project. I wrote a song about knighthood to the tune of "Tik Tok" by Kesha and I learned a lot while having fun and creating something of which I was genuinely proud. Since then, I formed a YouTube channel with my friend and we wrote songs about the Middle Ages just for fun (example below).
For those "monkey see" learners, be sure to incorporate visual material including diagrams, illustration, and video.
For your "monkey hear" learners, provide your students with opportunities to listen as well as to speak with teacher-to-student lectures as well as student-to-student conversation. Try conducting Socratic Seminars, so students can learn not only from you, but from each other.
For your "monkey do" learners, assign projects that assess knowledge through words AND actions. Let your students be creative as well as thoughtful with projects that arouse in-depth and divergent thinking.
Finally, understand that learning is not restricted by categories like auditory, kinesthetic, and visual. Some students have their own specific way of thinking, or are a mixture of two or more types. The best way to make sure you are providing for everyone is to make sure that you are doing a little bit of everything. Don't stick to the same every day lecture that could very well be going in one of a student's ears and out the other.
Diversify your classroom. Keep your monkeys seeing, hearing, and doing things that will help them grow as students.