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The resources in this area can be used independently or in groups to build financial capability knowledge and skills.
Curriculum Level
Theme
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Achievement Standard 91026
Apply numeric reasoning in solving problems

Version: 3 
Credits: 4 

Money Matters
The Money Matters module helps students learn about financial decision making when it comes to money and using their number knowledge skills to communicate how they made their decisions. Some of the contexts that they will explore are working out what percentage of their pay they want to/can invest in KiwiSaver, how to manage bills in a flat situation using ratio and how to consolidate their debts.

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Achievement Standard 91263
Design a questionnaire

Version: 3
Credits: 3

Questionnaire Design
This module supports students developing their understanding of attitudes, beliefs and values that create their financial identity.

Financial identity is explored through understanding the questionnaire-based study which Dr. Carla Houkamau and her team at Auckland University undertook with their study on The Māori Identity and Financial Attitudes Study (MIFAS). Dr. Houkamau provides students with expert insight into the process her team has used to develop their questionnaire and conduct their survey. It also gives students an opportunity to build their capability to design their own questionnaire of interest.

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Achievement Standard 91266
Evaluate a statistical based report

Version: 3
Credits: 2

Statistical Reports
In this module students learn to evaluate a statistical report with explores New Zealander’s attitudes towards responsible investment created by Mindful Money. Throughout the activities based on the report will ask students to investigate connections between gender pay and investment gaps. The module will build students skillset to critique statistical data and analyse statistical reports to be able to comment on features and findings of a survey relevant to the report’s purpose.

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Government assisted housing initiatives

This resource supports learners to understand how the government can assist in housing more families in your community.

The resource has a learning objective to explore Financial Sustainability through Social Sciences and provides an integrated and cross-curricular learning experience that can be used in multiple ways.

The learning experience in this resource is aligned to SOLO Taxonomy and gives choices throughout the learning process.

Healthy, wealthy and wise

This resource supports learners to explore the relationship between health and wealth.

The resource has a learning objective to explore Financial Sustainability through Health and provides an integrated and cross-curricular learning experience that can be used in multiple ways.

The learning experience in this resource is aligned to SOLO Taxonomy and gives choices throughout the learning process.

Investing

This resource supports learners to kickstart their learning about when and what to invest.

The resource has a learning objective to explore Financial Sustainability through Mathematics and provides an integrated and cross-curricular learning experience that can be used in multiple ways.

The learning experience in this resource is aligned to SOLO Taxonomy and gives choices throughout the learning process.

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Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.

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English
Medium Education

Written in English with resources aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum.

Māori
Medium Education

Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

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