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Research reviews

Neurodiversity: An overview

An explanation of the concept of neurodiversity as a strengths-based approach to learning differences, and an introduction to some of the different forms of neurodiversity.

Neurodiversity: A strengths-based approach to teaching diverse learners

A set of strategies to help teachers support neurodiverse learners by building on their strengths while addressing their learning needs.

Sensory processing differences in the classroom

An introduction to understanding sensory processes differences and the impact they may have in classrooms and schools.

An introduction to Developmental Coordination Disorder

How to support students with Developmental Coordination Disorder in schools and classrooms.

Emotional and behavioural disorders

An overview of some of the most common emotional and behavioural disorders experienced by school students, and strategies that schools and classroom teachers can use to support these students.

An introduction to fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

How fetal alcohol spectrum disorder affects children and young people, and the implications it has for students at school and in life.

Strategies for supporting students with FASD

A set of approaches and strategies for promoting the wellbeing and achievement of students with FASD at school.

Webinars

Principles of quality teaching and school leadership

Professor Rob Coe discusses his work developing the Great Teaching Toolkit, an evidence-based curriculum for teacher learning, plus tools and instruments to provide feedback for professional development

Understanding your students’ socio-emotional learning

Tuesday April 47.30PM (NZST) Watch Dr Heidi Leeson (Monocle Education) discuss social-emotional learning (SEL) and share her latest research on the most impactful areas of...

Making learning stick with retrieval practice

Kate Jones tells us about how to make learning stick, focusing on the benefits of retrieval practice and practical ideas for teachers to ensure classroom practice is based on relevant research evidence

Writing in a digital age

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Culturally responsive mathematics education

Associate Professor Jodie Hunter (Massey University) shares insights from her extensive classroom-based research into the use of culturally responsive approaches to teaching and learning mathematics in primary school

Supporting oral language in primary schools

Emma Nahna joined us for a follow-up webinar to explore in more detail strategies teachers can employ to support oral language development across the primary school years

Infographics

The neurodiversity paradigm

How can you adopt a strengths-based approach to help neurodiverse students succeed in your classroom?

Creativity infographic

Creativity in education and how teachers can support it

Bullying infographic

Key principles for preventing and responding to bullying

Principles of assessment infographic

High-quality assessment and how it supports learning

Instructional coaching infographic

The key elements of instructional coaching at a glance

Homework infographic

The key principles to bear in mind if you choose to set homework for your students

Snapshots

Survey: Neurodiversity research project

Calling for teacher, student, parents and support service perspectives: The Education Hub is undertaking a research project to explore how well New Zealand’s education system is set up to support our neurodivergent students

Removing barriers to success for neurodivergent students

Dr Chiara Horlin offeres practical ways that teachers and schools can help to ameliorate these challenges and support neurodivergent students to celebrate and use their strengths in the classroom.

Inclusive approaches for supporting neurodiverse learners

The teachers from Coromandel Area School share their insights into using a range of tools and approaches to promote the success of neurodiverse students in the classroom

Supporting neurodiverse learners to succeed and thrive in inclusive classrooms

Bright Spots winners Trish and Fay Purdie-Nicholls from Coromandel Area School share the key findings from their research
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