Methods of Response and Navigation

Varying the methods provided to the learner as a means of reporting his or her understanding, and allowing them to choose how they move through the content are two elements that demonstrate individualization. For example, rather than having the learner respond to what they learned in a paper and pencil method, provide the option to respond orally by saving a sound file. In content where order of events is not crucial to learning, provide options for the learner to choose the order in which they navigate the provided information. Various ways of interacting with the content should also be available, including touch pads, keyboards, switches, joysticks, and any other accessibility tool the learner my be inclined to use.

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