- Navigating AEM
Find out more about navigating the AEM decision-making process following four major decision points: establishing the need for AEM, the selection of AEM for the learner, acquiring AEM in a timely manner, and effectively using AEM for educational participation and achievement.
In this section:
Learn about Bailey, Juna, and many other AEM users as they express their learning stories in their own words. Meet the educators who work with AEM users and experience how AEM is being used in everyday learning environments.
Determining a learner's need for AEM is the first step in the AEM decision-making process. Learn about the different options a team can consider when determining the need for AEM.
Selection of AEM is the second step in the AEM decision-making process. Learn about the checkpoints to keep in mind when selecting appropriate formats for educational materials.
Acquiring AEM is the third step in the AEM decision-making process. Learn about the different sources for obtaining AEM and information to consider when making this important decision.
Determining what supports are needed when using AEM is the fourth step in the AEM decision-making process. Learn about the different categories of support that may be required to help the learner use AEM most effectively.
Get more information about and download our two tools to help guide and inform the AEM decision-making process, the AEM Navigator and the AIM Explorer.