Adapting content to your audience
The module looks at the use of technology to tailor content to meet the needs of a range of sensory, linguistic and cultural barriers.
This can lead to better learner retention and outcomes and greatly improved learner engagement and experience.
The module shows you how digital tools and media allow you easily to adapt your content to meet the needs of many different users and audiences.
After completing this module, you will be able to:
- identify and select digital tools and media to tailor content for a wide range of needs and interests
- lower the barriers to understanding for learners who experience difficulties with communication.
Digital Teaching Professional Framework
This module covers the DTPF component - F2 : Equality and diversity
- Address the special needs of individual learners (e.g. dyslexia, ADHD, overachievers) using digital technologies
- Allow for different learning pathways, levels and speeds when designing, selecting and implementing digital learning activities.
- Devise individual learning plans and use digital technologies to support these.
- Adapt communication strategies to the specific audience and be aware of cultural and generational diversity in digital environments
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