Month/Year of Graduation
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
This capstone project investigates the implementation of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles in a seventh grade Social Studies classroom through teaching and assessing multiple skills, such as analyzing multiple perspectives in a text. The topic of the four-week unit was the Scientific Revolution and the European Age of Exploration. To meet the unique needs of all learners, the curriculum was differentiated. The students completed a pre-test, several formative assessments, and two summative assessments to assess learning. I analyzed the data from these assessments to determine the effect the strategies utilized had on student learning. Based on student data, student performance and learning increased by using differentiated instruction and instructional strategies that were adapted to support each student.
Hill, Katie, "Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Integrating UDL Instructional and Assessment Strategies to Assess Student Learning in a Middle School Classroom" (2023). Theses/Capstones/Creative Projects. 240.