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Dyspraxia

A catalogue of videos describing dyspraxia and ways to support people with dyspraxia from the UK website dysTalk. No captions or transcripts are available.

Easing the transition process from primary to secondary schooling: Helpful information for schools to consider

This report presents findings from the Ministry of Education project, A study of students’ transition from primary to secondary schooling.

The electronic story books

The Ministry of Education’s Electronic Storybook is a targeted instructional series designed for teachers to accelerate the literacy achievement of students in years 5–8 who are 2–3 years below expectations and requiring language and literacy support.

Encourage positive behaviours

Section from the Positive Behaviour for Learning website on the Ministry of Education’s TKI portal that provides strategies for encouraging positive behaviour in the individual, the classroom and school-wide.

Engaging reluctant writers using e-learning tools

A slideshare presentation by New Zealand learning with digital technologies facilitator Catriona Pene, containing a wide range of easily-accessible, online resources and apps for improving writing.

Getting to know learners and using e-portfolios

John Robinson, HoD learning Support at Onslow College, reflects on the impact of using ePortfolios to share learning beyond the classroom in this video.

This is a Ministry of Education initiative

Building a world-leading education system that equips all New Zealanders with the knowledge, skills, and values to be successful citizens in the 21st century.