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Reading comprehension is a critical skill for secondary students with disabilities.It facilitates participation in mainstream content-area classes. This article introduces a research-based practice developed by Klingner and Vaughn.
Advice about how to support students in the effective use of a variety of graphic organisers on the Resources for Teachers website.
Connected promotes scientific, technological, and mathematical literacy. NZ curriculum-related content engages students in years 4-8 with real-life science and technology-related issues and authentic, context-based mathematical explorations.
Detailed information about dyspraxia by The Dyspraxia Support Group of New Zealand.
This paper explores how digital technologies can be used to design learning that is flexible enough to adapt readily to individual differences. Authors: Dr David Rose and Jenna Gravel.
A BBC typing programme, in the form of a game, that has been used to effectively support students with low vision.