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RESEARCH REVIEWS

Sensory processing differences in the classroom

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

Developing positive mathematics learner identities in secondary school

An introduction to the concept of mathematics learner identity and how positive maths identities can be promoted through effective teaching and learning

The principles of culturally responsive teaching

An overview of key principles underpinning culturally responsive practice.

Seven principles to effectively support Māori students as Māori

A systematic look at some key principles for supporting Maori students to achieve success as Maori

Four strategies to effectively support Pasifika students

A closer look at some key strategies for supporting Pasifika students through culturally responsive pedagogies

INFOGRAPHICS

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

WEBINARS

Supporting neurodivergent students in the classroom

COMING UP: 7.30PM TUESDAY AUGUST 22
Dr Emily McDougal (University of Surrey) will share insights from her work into supporting neurodivergent students in schools and classrooms

Reading in the digital age

Professor Emerita Naomi Baron of American University discussed the extensive research from the past decade that has explored the nature and impact of reading digitally

Māori achieving success as Māori

COMING UP: 7.30PM TUESDAY JULY 25
Janelle Riki-Waaka will explore what Māori achieving success as Māori means from a Māori worldview, and how teachers and schools can consider how well their environments and practices support ākonga Māori to succeed and thrive

Supporting Pasifika students through dialogic approaches

COMING UP: 7.30PM TUESDAY JUNE 13
Dr Jacinta Oldehaver (University of Auckland) will discuss her research into how utilising dialogic pedagogical approaches can positively support the engagement and learning of Pasifika students

Helping learning stick

COMING UP: 8.00PM THURSDAY MARCH 9
Kate Jones will tell 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

"I found this section really informative – the case studies make it really easy to see how to take the next step... into the classroom"

Helen J, Year 5 teacher

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INSIGHT

Why our schools need both Apollo and Dionysus

The importance of supporting students to utilise knowledge creatively and flexibly.

Why oral language is foundational for literacy

Powerful practices for building oral language capability from our webinar with speech language therapist Emma Nahna

Supporting gifted students in schools 

Key insights from our webinar with Justine and Madelaine from the New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education.

Using data to inform teaching and learning

Darcy Fawcett and the teachers from Gisborne Boys High School share insights into their work on improving and automating data analysis

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

Raising scientific literacy in primary schools

Chris Duggan from The House of Science shares insights from their work into promoting the teaching and learning of science in primary and intermediate schools

ANIMATIONS

A short introduction to executive function

The key things you need to know about what executive function is and how to support it in children.

A brief introduction to social emotional learning

A brief introduction to what social emotional learning is and why it's important

A brief introduction to memory

A brief introduction to how memory works and its importance to teaching and learning

Beliefs, behaviours and actions associated with a growth mindset

An introduction to the research on the importance of mindsets, and associated beliefs, behaviours and actions

The concept of self-efficacy – animated

What is self-efficacy, why is it importan,t and how can teachers support their students’ self efficacy?
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