Welcome to the Network of Expertise – Supporting Teachers Practice for inclusion of students with learning disabilities and Down syndrome.
The Network of Expertise (NEX) provides support through sharing professional expertise, growing local networks, nurturing local leadership and developing professional pathways.
Supporting Teachers Practice for Inclusion
Supporting Teachers Practice
Network of Expertise Background
Network of Expertise (NEX) will further enhance the capacity and capability of educators. Support is available through the NEX to contribute to a system that learns. A key contribution of this network is the recognition of teaching and pathways to all opportunities to learn that optimise wellbeing and capability for children and young people with a disability.
NEX membership is open to teachers and kaiako practising across Aotearoa, it is inclusive, and as a Network of Expertise organisation, we will actively aim to reach teachers and kaiako to grow collective expertise.
Benefits of belonging to NEX Supporting Teachers Practice:
Professional Development information
Peer to peer networks
Links to key web sites
The latest curriculum initiatives and documents
Access to online forum
NETWORK OF EXPERTISE
Inclusive practise, learning disability and Down syndrome
The Network of Expertise contract director is Dr Maree Kirk.
The aim of NEX is to grow and strengthen a national network to provide support to teacher and kaiako through means such as online sessions, resource sharing, inquiry clusters and face-to-face collaboration opportunities.