Students' perceptions of classroom instructional environments in the context of Universal Design for LearningLearning Environments Research: An International Journal (2011)
AbstractUsing a sample of 867 students in Grades 5-12, the present study investigated whether students’ perceptions toward the instructional environment in classrooms that employed Universal Design for Learning differed by school grade level and teacher gender. High-school students in the study showed higher perception scores than upper-elementary or middle students in the personalization and participation aspect of the classroom environment. The results for teacher gender indicated that students in the study perceived a more personalized classroom environment with female teachers than with male teachers. Policy implications and methodological considerations are provided for future research.
- Learning environment,
- Student perceptions,
Citation InformationEunjoo Jung, M Abell and M Taylor. "Students' perceptions of classroom instructional environments in the context of Universal Design for Learning" Learning Environments Research: An International Journal Vol. 14 Iss. 2 (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/eunjoo_jung/6/