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This blog contains many ideas and resources for talking about the curriculum in your school. Click on the find more link to see the full blog posts.

Adele O'Leary.

My journey with Universal Design for Learning

26/01/16

This blog is the third in a three part series about Universal Design for Learning. Primary school teacher Adele O'Leary shares her first steps in UDL, describing the impact on her teaching and her learners.

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Inclusion

Universal Design for Learning in action

27/11/15 | 1 comment

This blog, the second in a three part series, features the stories of two teachers who use Universal Design for Learning. These teachers share their understandings and application of UDL, and offer a smorgasbord of inclusive ideas and strategies for you to take away and trial in your own classrooms.

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Inclusion

Introducing Universal Design for Learning

20/11/15

This blog post is the first of a three part series on Universal Design for Learning. In this blog you can find out about the origins and principles of UDL, and learn how UDL supports the implementation of The New Zealand Curriculum.

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Inclusion

Cultural Diversity

18/05/15

This blog focuses on creating a classroom and school environment that is inclusive of, and responsive to, cultural diversity – as guided by the cultural diversity principle. The blog offers a survey, reflective questions, and examples of effective practice, to help you think about ways that you can effectively cater for cultural diversity in your school.

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cultural diversity
Inclusion
principles

Cultural Diversity

18/05/15

This blog focuses on creating a classroom and school environment that is inclusive of, and responsive to, cultural diversity – as guided by the cultural diversity principle. The blog offers a survey, reflective questions, and examples of effective practice, to help you think about ways that you can effectively cater for cultural diversity in your school.

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cultural diversity
Inclusion
principles
Boys in traditional costume.

Funds of knowledge

26/11/12

Funds of knowledge are the bodies of knowledge that underlie the activities in households. The Funds of Knowledge project began in a bid to “develop innovations in teaching that draw upon the knowledge and skills found in local households” (Moll et al, 1992).

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community engagement
cultural diversity
Inclusion