"1. Critical Thinking"
Analogical, Expressive, experiential, problem solving
2. Mobile Learning
3. Access to Education
5. Continuous Feedback
6. Unlimited and Immediate Learning
7. Creation and Contribution
8. Social Connectedness
9. Global Awareness
10. Understanding Learning
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"Rule 1 - There is no such thing as a bad idea. We never know how one idea (however far-fetched) might lead into another one that is exactly right. Rule 2 - We don't talk yet about why not. There will be plenty of time for realities later, so we don't want them to get in the way of the good ideas now. Rule 3 - Nothing should stifle the flow of ideas. Not buts or can'ts or other "stopping" words. We want to hear words such as "and," "or," and "what if?" Rule 4 - There is no such thing as a bad idea. (We take that one very seriously.)"
A comprehensive collection of Web 2.0 tools that can be leveraged for educational use.
Another interesting video and more what people think of when thinking about learning styles. I think that learning styles is conflated with learning intelligences much of the time.