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UDL Inclusion Case Study -

Adam Duffey 17764865


by Adam Duf f ey

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UDL Inclusion Case Study - Adam Duffey 17764865
GRADEMARK REPORT

FINAL GRADE GENERAL COMMENTS

Instructor

37
Very sound work.
Adjustments to address behaviour would be
good to include, but she'll be engaged with your
learning adjustments. See comments.
Sam

/50
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Comment 1
'policing' behaviour- yes, relates to oppositional behaviour.

QM Punctuation
punctuation

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Comment 2
sound understanding of UDL

Comment 3
yes

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Comment 4
Address the policing behaviour by having clear rules and f ollowing through as teacher.

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Comment 5
no italics

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Comment 6
not cited in the paper so do not include here.
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RUBRIC: 10 20 8 4 INCLUSIVE ED. ASS. 2 36 .50 / 50

CRIT ERION 1 6.50 / 10


Identif ies areas of need/strengths and uses literature to support observations and learning needs. /10

FAIL Presents a limited understanding of areas of need/strengths.


(3)

PASS Presents a satisf actory understanding of areas of need/strengths


(5)

CREDIT Presents a sound understanding of areas of need/strengths.


(6.50)

DISTINCTION Presents a highly developed understanding of areas of need/strengths


(8)

HIGH DISTINCTION Presents a superior understanding of areas of need/strengths


(9)

HD Presents a superior understanding of areas of need/strengths


(10)

CRIT ERION 2 25 / 30
Uses current literature and the universal design f or learning f ramework to justif y approaches taken.
Makes appropriate changes to existing lesson plan /30

FAIL Shows limited understanding of the universal design f or learning f ramework


(10) Inappropriate changes to lesson plan

PASS Shows an understanding of the universal design f or learning f ramework


(16) Satisf actory changes to lesson plan

CREDIT Shows a thorough understanding of the universal design f or learning f ramework


(20) Highly satisf actory changes to lesson plan

DISTINCTION Shows a highly developed understanding of the universal design f or learning


(25) f ramework Highly appropriate changes to lesson plan

HIGH DISTINCTION Shows a superior understanding the universal design f or learning f ramework
(28) Superior changes to lesson plan

HD Shows a superior understanding the universal design f or learning f ramework


(30) Superior changes to lesson plan

CRIT ERION 3 5 / 10
Presents work in accordance with academic writing conventions (e.g. APA ref erencing style, structure,
attention to spelling and grammar, use of relevant literature) /10

FAIL Inadequate writing style, signif icant weaknesses in general writing and academic
(3) writing conventions including APA ref erencing

PASS Generally clear presentation; sentences coherent and grammatically correct;


(5) Generally accurate APA ref erencing
CREDIT Well-structured with ef f ective grammatical expression, sound control of general
(6.50) and academic writing conventions including APA ref erencing.

DISTINCTION Clear and concise structure; Subtle and f luent writing style, thorough control of
(8) general and academic writing conventions including APA ref erencing.

HIGH DISTINCTION Sophisticated and f luent writing style, high level mastery of general and academic
(9) writing conventions including APA ref erencing.

HD Sophisticated and f luent writing style, high level mastery of general and academic
(10) writing conventions including APA ref erencing.