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  • Go to Review page to find self-review questionnaires and surveys

Assess, review and report


Assessment of students with IEPs generally involves more people than assessment of other students. Most if not all members of the IEP team contribute to the process.

The role of the student in assessment is vital, though often not fully recognised. Student self-assessment offers powerful feedback to teachers about their teaching. It empowers students to take more responsibility for their learning.


See the Assessment tools widget (on the right) for links to information on assessment for children or young people with special education needs

“The primary purpose of assessment is to improve students’ learning and teachers’ teaching” (The New Zealand Curriculum, 2007, page 39)


  • Go to the Review page to find self-review questionnaires and other review tools provided by New Zealand Curriculum and Education Review Office (ERO)


The IEP process supports, but does not replace school reporting on student progress to parents/caregivers and whānau.

Download a pdf of the Top tips for great reporting page from Education Aotearoa Autumn 2011 edition below

Top tips for great reporting EA Autumn 2011 (PDF, 225 KB)

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