NOTE: This strategy is part of the self-paced Partner with Learners to Reach Their Full Potential
An equitable and inclusive learning environment is one in which ALL learners have access and challenge within every learning experience. This means that all learners, regardless of their language and ability, will be able to engage meaningfully with the learning experience. Providing options for accessibility can look like adding closed captioning to videos, providing an audio option for readings, ensuring the readability of text based on language needs, providing a translation tool and checking that visual and written content is accessible by ensuring color contrast, clear headings and other organizational tools.
Gain inspiration from authentic examples of this strategy shared by teachers who have used them with their learners.
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