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Research suggests that students have differing learning styles: visual/verbal, visual/nonverbal, tactile/kinesthetic, or auditory/verbal.  Some need information presented visually or require supplemental explanation through the auditory element of a lecture, while others require a hands-on approach, allowing them to manipulate materials or talk aloud to learn information. Increasingly, there are many supplemental resources on the Internet to help support various learning styles. This site is a repository of technology tools that may be helpful in the teaching and learning processes.

Why use technology to teach? See Michael Wesch’s A Vision of Students Today

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