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MOE Publications

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About dyslexia

A Ministry of Education handbook that provides specific strategies for supporting students in phonological awareness, reading, and writing.

Introduction to differentiation and adaptation of the classroom curriculum and school environment worksheet

Worksheet from Ministry of Education workshops on adaptations and differentiations. Worksheet includes useful template for identifying adaptations and differentiations.

Assistive technology – assessment framework

An outline of the assistive technology evaluation process for schools created by the Ministry of Education.

New Zealand Autism Spectrum Disorder guideline

This Ministry of Health booklet has information for people with ASD, their families, health professionals, support service providers, and those involved in education. It covers diagnosis and treatment of ASD, supporting and teaching children and adults with ASD, employing people with ASD and living with ASD.

Assistive Technology Group

The Assistive Technology group in the Virtual Learning Network (VLN) contains blog posts and discussions with product information on a range of resources from the Ministry of Education.

Defining dyslexia

An explanation of the definition of dyslexia by the Ministry of Education website. This information is part of the Dyslexia page from the Literacy online website on TKI.

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.