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UDL and Intersectionality with Denia Bradshaw

Nave, L. (Host). (2018-present). UDL and Intersectionality with Denia Bradshaw [Audio Podcast]. Think UDL.

Latinx Families and Disability: The Intersections of Identity, Experiences, and Siblinghood

Bradshaw, Denia Guadalupe

Bradshaw, D.G. (2022). Latinx Families and Disability: The Intersections of Identity, Experiences, and Siblinghood. In C. O’Brien, W.R Black, & A.B. Danzig (Eds.), Who Decides? Power, Disability, and Education Administration. Information Age Publishing.

Examining Beliefs and Practices of Students with Hidden Disabilities and Universal Design for Learning in Institutions of Higher Education

Bradshaw, Denia Guadalupe

Bradshaw, D.G. (2020). Examining beliefs and practices of students with hidden disabilities and universal design for learning in institutions of higher education. Journal for Higher Education Theory and Practice. 20(15).

UDL and Dis/Ability

Bradshaw, Denia Guadalupe

Bradshaw, D.G. (2020, May 21). UDL and Dis/Ability [Blog post]. Hillary Goldthwait Fowles Ph.D, ATP: Empowering everyone of every ability to learn.

Required Capstones for Graduation

Doctoral Dissertation:

Proactive Design and Inclusive Practices: Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education

Bradshaw, Denia Guadalupe

Bradshaw, D.G. (2020). Proactive design and inclusive practices: Universal design for learning in higher education. 


This qualitative study was guided by research questions that examine what

educators and personnel in higher education understand and practice as it related to inclusive practices, particularly Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and their perceptions toward diverse college student populations, specifically students with hidden dis/abilities. Further, this study gained additional understanding toward professional learning, identified barriers of students with disabilities in college, challenges higher education professionals encountered in addressing issues of ability at their institutions and their efforts toward improving teaching and learning. This research was informed by the theoretical underpinnings of UDL. Eleven college professionals participated in semi- structured interviews and were asked the same number of questions. The transcripts of their interviews were edited, coded, and organized thematically. The themes were identified from responses to the questions administered by the researcher.

Master's Thesis:

The Evolution of Sonata and Flute Repertoire

Bradshaw, Denia Guadalupe

Bradshaw, D. G. (2013). The evolution of sonata and flute repertoire (Doctoral dissertation, California State University, Northridge).


Sonata Allegro form is comprised of an exposition, development, and recapitulation applying to both multi-movement works and single movements. Sonata is a broad concept that can be interpreted and unfolded in many ways. Understanding its origins is helpful for a performer. By examining the select pieces that were featured in a graduate flute recital along with other relative yet varying examples, the broadness (or endless possibilities of examples) of Sonata is explored. The compositions analyzed are: G. F. Handel's E minor Sonata for Flute and Piano BWM, Lowell Liebermann's Sonata for Flute and Piano, Pierre Sancan's Sonatine, and Michael Mower's Sonata Latino. Other examples to compare from the graduate recital include Joaquin Rodrigo's Concierto Pastoral.

Focused on Equity Practices

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