Welcome to Inclusive Education.


Resources and downloads

http://inclusive.tki.org.nz/resources-and-downloads/

This index contains all the resources which appear in the guides. 

Search for specific resources using the categories and filters. 

Guides

Browse resources by category

Videos

The resources from all the guides are listed below showing which guide and strategy they support. Use the categories and filters to search for resources by category, topic, or specific formats.

Filters:

Dyspraxia

A catalogue of videos describing dyspraxia and ways to support people with dyspraxia from the UK website dysTalk. No captions or transcripts are available.

Getting to know learners and using e-portfolios

John Robinson, HoD learning Support at Onslow College, reflects on the impact of using ePortfolios to share learning beyond the classroom in this video.

Helping children to build self-esteem

In this video, Professor Amanda Kirby (UK) describes how to help children build self-esteem and confidence by giving specific positive feedback and building intrinsic motivation, through supporting students to set their own goals and identify steps to achieving them.

In my shoes: An everday look at Autism Spectrum Disorder

Information about a series of New Zealand DVDs and useful classroom exercises that provide a glimpse of what it’s like to be a student with ASD.

Jigsaw reading: Social studies, years 5–6

The Jigsaw Approach, where expert learners are grouped with those that need support, in action is demonstrated in this video.

Jolly Phonics video

A video introduction to a recommended multi-sensory phonics programme.

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.