Exhibiting What is Learned: Using Exhibition Assessments and Universal Design for Learning in College Teaching

Matthew Taylor, Lisa Dieker, Lauren Delisio


Universal design for learning (UDL) aims to highlight students’ strengths using innovative teaching methods and assessments. In this paper, discussion of the final exhibition project in a graduate level class on special education taught through all constructs of UDL is analyzed. Students were asked to create their own final (exhibition project) highlighting six big ideas of the course in a way that exhibited their learning. Three examples of student projects are included with external links to access their video clips. Discussion of course content, structure of projects, and recommendations for use in college teaching and teacher preparation are included.


Key words: Teaching pedagogy, Universal Design for Learning, Exhbition Project, Project Based Learning

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