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Stephen’s letter

Stephen introduces himself to his teachers before starting at Garin College in Nelson.

Collaboration for success: Individual education plans

Powerpoint from Ministry of Education workshop on adaptations and differentiations.

Teaching strategies for inclusive classrooms part 2: Peer tutoring

Information to support setting up a successful peer tutoring programme in your classroom. Created for the NZ Ministry of Education.

Teaching strategies for inclusive classrooms part 1: Cooperative learning

Information to support setting up a successful cooperative learning programme in your classroom. Created for the NZ Ministry of Education.

Education that fits: Review of international trends in the education of students with special educational needs

Overview of UDL by Dr David Mitchell, University of Canterbury. The theme of this chapter is that educational services and policies should be universally designed. Regular education should be accessible to all students in terms of pedagogy, curriculum, and resourcing, through the design of differentiated learning experiences that minimise the need for subsequent modifications for particular circumstances or individuals.

Partners in learning: Good practice

This September 2008 ERO report discusses the factors that contribute to the success of “engagement”, defined as a meaningful, respectful partnership between schools and their parents, whānau, and communities.

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.