Practical tips for designing and facilitating learning experiences for neurodiverse learners

In my previous article, I’ve touched on what neurodiversity is and, more importantly, what it’s not. Namely, that would be a strict association with an intellectual disability. I also gave some general considerations about how instructional designers should ensure that the materials they create cater to a variety of learning needs and preferences. Perhaps you might want to check it out again:

Read more: Why instructional designers need to consider neurodiverse learners

Here, I will focus on practical tips for designing learning interventions that work both for neurotypical and neurodivergent learners. The two most important factors that need to be considered are the environment and the content flexibility and accessibility.

Let’s start with managing the learning environment:

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