Examine the UDL Guidelines, which are a list of strategies to help teach students about their own learning and how they can be successful. Also, when looking at student engagement, it examines teaching students about executive functioning, how to monitor their progress, etc... This allows students to feel successful in their own variability. I have practiced UDL for years, and I stand by its success. http://www.udlcenter.org/aboutudl/udlguidelines
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Thanks a lot Katie Novak for providing a useful link .
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