A lifetime of change

Anyone who started working in the 60’s and 70’s never thought that their lives would be impacted by technology in a never ending pace. Fax machines, personal computers, internet for all, the first mobile phones, mp3, widescreen color tv, flat screens, digital photography and video, car computers, GPS, YouTube, Yahoo, Google, and so on. I’m sure you can name a lot more fantastic innovations you encountered in your life and made a change. At first these innovations came gradually and the impact on the daily job wasn’t transforming the way whole companies were organized.

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Learning styles: which way to go?

Many people think that learning styles are a myth. Actually the word ‘styles’ is being misused here. I believe that in my many years of experience as a teacher, school leader, educational coach, publisher, content architect and e-learning specialist, ways of learning do have reasons to exist. Those who oppose think that learners are confined to just one way of learning for all subjects and for the rest of their lives. That exacly is the myth since you learn using a mix of ways of learning. As a learner, no matter what age, you have preferences. That’s it.

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