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Self advocacy traffic light system in a primary classroom

A blog post on how a student uses a traffic light system to let the primary classroom team know how well she can see.

Universal Design for Learning guidelines – Learning wheel

An interactive version of the UDL guidelines and checkpoints linked to recommended online resources and activities. Created by the Maryland State Department of Education and Howard County Public School in partnership with CAST. Note: not accessible using tablets.

Using a visual timetable to support personal organisation in the classroom

A detailed description of how six-year-old Molly uses a visual timetable to support her learning. Learn how to implement this practical strategy in class.

Kinds of participation: teacher and special education perceptions and practices of ‘inclusion’ in early childhood and primary school settings

This article looks at how labelling and language can lead to negative assumptions about disability and create barriers to learning.

Supporting rangatahi with common sense solutions

John Murdoch, Newlands College Deputy Principal, reflects on his school’s experience setting up a whānau advisory group.

Identity, cultural well-being, and growing up kāpo Māori

This article explores how education services impact on the identity and cultural well-being of kāpo (blind) Māori.

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