Provide background/context knowledge
Providing background/ context knowledge acts as a bridging strategy to support the user to go from the unknown to the known.
Discussion by Disabilities
It is often very difficult to discern information that you do not have knowledge on. This strategy aids people with cognitive disabilities to gain an understanding of the context.
Related Research and Papers
- Consistency, context and confidence in judgements of affective communication in adults with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities- J. Hogg, D. Reeves , J. Roberts, O. C. Mudford
- Designing location-based learning experiences for people with intellectual disabilities and additional sensory impairments - David J.Brown, David McHugh, Penny Standen, Lindsay Evett, Nick Shopland, Steven Battersby
- Using Technology to Enhance the Writing Processes of Students with Learning Disabilities - Charles A. MacArthur