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MOE Publications

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Quality teaching for diverse students in schooling: Best evidence synthesis iteration (BES)

This BES is intended to contribute to the development of an evidence-base for policy and practice in schooling. It covers quality teaching, pedagogical practices and creating effective links between schools and other cultural contexts in which students are socialised, to facilitate learning.

Special assessment conditions

Ministry of Education advice on preparing alternative evidence to support special assessment conditions (SAC) applications.

Starting school: Te tīmata o te haere ki te kura

Information for parents and caregivers of children with special learning needs. A Ministry of Education resource.

Supporting children who are deaf and hard of hearing

Information on the support available from the Advisers on Deaf Children (AoDCs) and Resource Teachers of the Deaf (RTDs). Links to their websites and phone numbers are included.

Teachers and teachers’ aides working together

Nine modules that teachers and teachers’ aides complete together to strengthen working relationships, improve role clarity and build knowledge of inclusive practice. Developed by the Ministry of Education.

The vision book: My child, our journey

Families share their experiences about parenting a child who is blind, deafblind or who has low vision in this Ministry of Education publication.

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.