Date
18 July 2019

Review inclusive practices, transitions, and pathways​

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘Leading learning to support inclusive practices’

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Model an inquiry approach

Model an inquiry approach

The principal is responsible for developing, maintaining, and reporting on an effective professional development and appraisal programme for all staff.

Inclusive Practices Toolkits

Inclusive Practices Toolkits

The Inclusive Practices Tools are designed to support schools to review their ongoing journey towards building inclusive practices for all learners.

How the Inclusive Practices Tools work

How the Inclusive Practices Tools work

The Inclusive Practices Tools and review process are designed to assist school staff to consider what inclusion means.

The Inclusive Practices Tools:

  • focus on practices, systems, and structures rather than conditions or disabilities
  • describe inclusive education practices as they apply to all students, while using examples that are drawn from research on common barriers experienced by students with additional learning needs or disabilities
  • use language that is inclusive of all students
  • aim to promote the view that the idea of inclusion applies to all students, and student diversity is a resource for learning.

Source: Wellbeing@School (opens in a new tab/window)

Useful resources

Useful resources

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Getting started with self-review

Publisher: Ministry of Education | Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

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Index for Inclusion Network: Indicators

Publisher: Index for Inclusion Network

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Principles and levels of self-review

Publisher: Ministry of Education | Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “Leading learning to support inclusive practices”:

Return to the guide “Leading schools that include all learners ”

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