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Understanding the World of Adult Dyslexics

Jane Kjersten discusses what inspired a book on adult dyslexia.

Free documentary screenings on offer to schools

The Doc Edge Film Festival will offer free documentary screenings to schools, with an on-demand service and special screenings for students with learning support needs also available.

Hands-on programme raises literacy

Literacy levels at Auckland’s Sunnybrae Normal School have soared since the introduction of a hands-on programme for new entrants that includes the use of high-frequency word cards and ‘acting out’.

Sharing resources without breaking the law

A new resource aims to help teachers understand the basics of intellectual property rights and copyright licensing.

Standing tall

The recent launch of new te reo Māori curriculum resources has placed the spotlight squarely on a quiet Ngāi Tāmanuhiri kaumātua.

Award-winning Pasifika Dual Language Resources available

Supporting Pacific children and young learners through series of dual-language resources.

Agile and lean concepts for teaching and learning

A new title explores how methodologies can be ably transferred from industry to the classroom.

Teacher’s YouTube channel takes the jargon out of assessment language

If the thought of deciphering your child’s report gives you a headache and you don’t know your 4b for reading from your 2a, 2b or 2p in maths, a new YouTube channel explaining assessment language could be for you.

New resource supports teaching school students about mental health

A new resource has been welcomed by those teaching school students about resilience, mental health, interpersonal skills and wellbeing.

New resources released to give kids a head start on health

A new range of resources have been release to use at children's B4 School Check.
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