UDL: Engagement - Recruiting Interest

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Affect represents a crucial element to learning, and learners differ markedly in the ways in which they can be engaged or motivated to learn. There are a variety of sources that can influence individual variation in affect including neurology, culture, personal relevance, subjectivity, and background knowledge, along with a variety of other factors. Some learners are highly engaged by spontaneity and novelty while others are disengaged, even frightened, by those aspects, preferring strict routine. Some learners might like to work alone, while others prefer to work with their peers. In reality, there is not one means of engagement that will be optimal for all learners in all contexts; providing multiple options for engagement is essential. (udlguidelines.cast.org)

In this activity, we will dive deeper into the UDL Framework Guideline, Engagement and learn more about Recruiting Interest: Spark excitement and curiosity for learning.

Visit the UDL Framework CAST site and read the three checkpoints for Recruiting Interest under Engagement and Access:


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