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An inspiring video showing eighteen teachers’ view on the technology integration in the classrooms and 21st Century skills for students.

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I was just informed by Fiona King of College@Home about a newly published article, “100 Helpful Web Tools for Every Kind of Learner, ” on their College@Home blog today. Christina Laun, the author of the article, did a great job of identifying 100 helpful learning tools and grouping them into three groups of learners with different learning styles. Many of the recommended learning tools are popular Web 2.0 tools. In fact, I have written many of these tools in my blog. I think this is an interesting attempt for identifying helpful Web tools that teachers and students can use to cater to their individual learning style. Christina’s 100 helpful Web tools are grouped into the following categories:

1. Tools for Visual Learners

a. Mind Mapping

b. Charting and Diagrams

c. Videos and Photos

2. Tools for Auditory Learners

a. Podcasts

b. Presentation Tools

c. Audio Tools

d. Text Readers

e. Audio Books

3. Tools for Kinesthetic Learners

a. Note Taking Tools

b. Bookmarking

c. Interaction

d. Collaboration

For the completing listing of the 100 helpful Web tools, please visit the original site at: http://www.collegeathome.com/blog/2008/06/10/100-helpful-web-tools-for-every-kind-of-learner/.

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