After your students take the inventory, the main point to stress with them is that even if their visual or tactile learning style conflicts with your auditory teaching style, they can adapt. Make it into a fun game and make them understand fully that you are going to do all you can to make yourself understood by them. Tell them that all they have to do is to try to understand your words and that if they just do that one thing you will make sure that they get either an A or a B in your class, because they are trying, but that you have to see via their observable non-verbal behaviors that they are in fact trying.
It is very important that each child who is not an auditory learner in a CI classroom know that the reason they may feel uncomfortable is NOT because they can’t learn as well as the auditory learners, but because they simply haven’t yet found the “right part of their brain”. Challenge them to do that. When they know what the challenge is, they respond.