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Universal Design for Learning

Wrap Up

Congratulations, you’ve just completed Module 2!

Giulia Forsythe offers us her visual summary representation of Module 2, The Engagement Principle.

Summary of Module 2: Engagement4:09 min

Remember you can always take a look back at the Learn Mores and activities at your own pace.

If you are seeking to explore again the many ways you can build a sense of belonging, community, and social inclusion that fuels engagement, consider:

You’ve had a chance to explore the Multiple Means of Engagement principle in this module and to post in the Collaborative Activity 3Opens in a new window and Collaborative Activity 4Opens in a new window. Keep in mind that authentic engagement is an ongoing process – not just at the beginning of a course. You will undoubtedly discover more ways to apply this principle as you proceed.

See you in Module 3!


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