Special Education/Learning Support. The New Zealand Curriculum and the IEP. Special Education/Learning Support . The New Zealand Curriculum. What are the elements of the curriculum? Draw a diagram to show how they fit together. Compare with another person, and then with
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The New Zealand Curriculumand the IEP
Special Education/Learning Support
page 7 of The New Zealand Curriculum.
Creating a supportive learning environment
Encouraging reflective thought and action
Enhance the relevance of new learning
Making Connections to prior learning
Facilitating shared learning
Providing sufficient opportunities to learn
Teaching as Inquiry
These are an important part of the IEP process.
Read the following slides.
Do you agree that these are relevant for some students in the IEP process? (Obviously the range is wide)
What would you add?
Task: Think of a student with whom you work.
Identify one thing for each of the Key Competencies that you could include on an IEP.
Graphic – Exemplar Wheel
(See slide 25)
Reference: Ministry of Education, April 2009. Please note this is a Work in Progress
The exemplar wheel was designed to show how the elements of the curriculum fit together.