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Guides

These guides have everything you need to recognise, plan for and meet the needs of the diverse learners in your community.

They bring together strategies, suggestions and resources from Aotearoa and around the world. These have been curated by the Ministry of Education for the Aotearoa learning context. 

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Support the recovery and return to learning of children and young people with a concussion or other acquired brain injury.

Support the learning and achievement of students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) across all levels of the curriculum.

Classroom approaches and teaching strategies for managing allergies and anaphylactic reactions.

Support the learning and wellbeing of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) across all levels of the curriculum.

Access and use technologies that remove barriers to learning and enable student success.

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Classroom approaches and teaching strategies for managing asthma.

​Set up the classroom for behaviours that support learning and wellbeing.

Understand inclusive education. Develop processes for identifying students’ learning and social needs to support achievement for all.

Use tools and strategies to create flexible classroom environments that minimise barriers to learning.

Support effective communication and learning across all levels of the curriculum.

Remove barriers to learning, provide increased choices, and extend opportunities to collaborate using digital technologies.

Support the learning and wellbeing of students with Down syndrome across all levels of the curriculum.

Support the learning and wellbeing of students with dyslexia across all levels of the curriculum.

Support the learning and wellbeing of students with dyspraxia across all levels of the curriculum.

Support the learning and wellbeing of students with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder across all levels of the curriculum.​

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Plan and develop innovative learning environments that are inclusive of all learners.​

Build an inclusive classroom culture that values all students, their families/whānau, and communities.

Examine what it takes to lead an inclusive school where all students are supported and diversity is valued.

Support year 9-13 students develop the competencies they need for study, work, and lifelong learning.

​Support the inclusion and wellbeing of students who identify as sex, gender, or sexuality diverse (SGSD).

Support the learning and wellbeing of students with low vision across all levels of the curriculum.​

Use inclusive teaching and learning strategies to support Māori students across the curriculum.​

Use inclusive teaching and learning strategies to support Pacific learners across the curriculum.​

​Involve parents, families, whānau, and communities in the learning of their children and young people.

Support positive relationships and social interaction between students to increase a sense of belonging and wellbeing.

Support the learning and wellbeing of students with SLC needs across all levels of the curriculum.​

Help school leaders maximise the effectiveness of their teacher aides.

Plan personalised transitions for students who will benefit from a longer-term orientation programme.

Understand the UDL framework and design learning to meet the diverse and variable needs of all students.

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