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Author(s): Josie Roberts
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Author(s): Mere Berryman, Dawn Lawrence, and Robbie Lamont

This article responds to increasing school and cross-sector interest surrounding culturally responsive pedagogy and the multiple ways that it is being discussed and understood. We try to bring...

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Author(s): Karyn Saunders, Robin Averill, and Hiria McRae

This article presents findings from a study focusing on ako in mathematics teaching in one English-medium secondary school classroom. The participants were a Year 9 class (22 ākonga with varying...

Author(s): Rebecca Bishop and Savelina Lepou

This article reports on a teacher-led inquiry at Mt Roskill Primary School from 2016 to 2017. Teachers worked with a group of Pasifika and Māori students to develop a learning environment and use...

Author(s): Judy Aitken, Helen Villers, and Janet S. Gaffney

Guided reading is an established and important approach in the pedagogical repertoire of teachers in Aotearoa New Zealand. Despite evidence suggesting that a strong foundation of literacy learning...

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Author(s): Stephanie McKay, Alison Kearney, and Jude MacArthur

Inclusive education within New Zealand requires teachers to meet the needs of all students, including those with high or very high needs. The use of the individual education plan (IEP) is one tool...

Author(s): Kathleen Quinlivan with Josie Roberts
Author(s): Charles Darr

With the upcoming review of the National Certificates of Educational Achievement (NCEA) and the removal of National Standards, it is time to reconsider how we approach assessment. In this edition...

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