When creating learning environments for 2e learners, educators consider what they want to see and what they do not want to see in structures to support students’ joyful learning experiences. Each of the environments within the classroom are equally important and must be balanced and refined to support the intellectual, social, creative, emotional, and physical needs of these unique learners.
In the intellectual environment, authentic and meaningful learning experiences should reflect the real world if students are to remain engaged and ready to learn. Learners who are 2e also must have access to various entry points that align with their strengths, interests, and preferences to enable them to show mastery of knowledge. By giv...
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