2.0 web tools or "social software" (Skirky, 2003) offers many types of learning capabilities in meeting instructional and learning preferences. Tools such as blogs, wikis, or virtual software especially in the online environment, since there is no face-to-face interaction between student-student or student-teacher, connects the learner to their environment as in the traditional setting. Communication becomes real time. The exchange of ...
Web 2.0 tools for differentiation of instruction are reiterated.