Accordion is a short list of information that you can use to help your learners remember on the topic that you have taught them.

Accordion is handy as a cheat sheet or ready reckoner at the end of the unit. It leaves the learner with takeaway points for the unit. The collapsed headings become something like a table of contents.

You can collapse everything except the part you want your learners to focus on. Or, if you think you might be overloading your learners with too much information, you can display summaries and leave it to them to open the summary and read it if they want.

TIP: Use the accordion when you want your learners to toggle to get the visibility of content by clicking that content's label.

Use a collapsible menu as a vertical list menu that collapses down to expandable menu titles on a specific subject content at the end of the lesson.
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