To cater for different learning styles and technical and contextual learner preferences, educators can choose to offer content in alternative formats.
Likewise, educators may allow learners to choose their preferred format for returning or sharing their assignments.
This allows maximum personification of learning experiences. It also enables students to progress better and to respect their various cognitive and health conditions.
Written assignments, graphic or visual outputs, videos, podcasts, oral outputs can be options for the same content.
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