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Technology and Design Offered Equal Opportunities for Success

A short multi-media chapter from the article 2020's Learning Landscape: a Retrospective on Dyslexia. The chapter describes how a UDL approach to supporting literacy has unlocked learning for many students. Authors: Dr David Rose and Ge Vue from CAST.

Welcoming parents

This video includes practical suggestions for engaging Pasifika parents in the school community.

Using the SMS and e-portfolios

An HoD Learning Support reflects on the impact of using the school management system to share information about students among staff, and e-portfolios to share learning beyond the classroom.

Prof. Tony Booth: Index of Inclusion

Prof. Tony Booth discusses the index for inclusion in this short video.

Mangere Central School: teachers talk

This pecha kucha, by teachers at Mangere Central School, describes their challenge to sustain a focus on accelerating student achievement. Leaders talk about how supporting teachers to inquire into their own practices has helped students make accelerated gains.

UDL implementation: A process of change

This video examines UDL implementation as a process of systemic change. It discusses what makes UDL implementation different from the implementation of other frameworks or initiatives and the areas of focus during the five phases of UDL implementation.

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.