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b. address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies and providing equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources.

1. Students are assigned  some of the tasks of organizing the content, giving examples, summarizing discussions, solving problems, and drawing diagrams, charts, and graphs.
2. Students discover information in assigned readings without the teacher presenting it first or summarizing it later.
3. Students participate in activities and assignments that move them to new skill levels, motivate engagement in the course content by doing the work of practitioners in the discipline, and that develop self-awareness of their learning of the content.
4. Students create journals/blogs (written reflections) on learning or entries in reaction to prompts. In addition to reflections, prompts elicit specific thinking skills at key points in projects or assignments.