This section from New Zealand Curriculum Online outlines pedagogical approaches, tools and examples for teaching financial capabilities at all levels of schooling.
Financial Capability Progressions
The Financial Capability Progressions set out suggested curriculum based learning outcomes across a range of learning areas. The learning outcomes in the progressions are aligned to The New Zealand Curriculum levels 1-8.
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Ministry of Education (2015), PISA Collaborative Problem Solving Report. Wellington, New Zealand: May, S.
Westpac Massey Fin-Ed Centre (2016), Spending Habits Of Māori Women. Auckland, New Zealand: Wood, P.
Westpac Massey Fin-Ed Centre (2012), How Young New Zealanders Learn About Personal Finance: A Longitudinal Study. Auckland, New Zealand: Stangl, J. & Matthews, C.
Westpac Massey Fin-Ed Centre (2016), Young New Zealanders And Retirement Planning: A Longitudinal Study Update. Auckland, New Zealand: Wilson, B., Stangl, J. & Matthews, C.
The Commission for Financial Capability (2013), Financial Knowledge and Behaviour Survey.
The Commission for Financial Capability (2014), National Strategy for Financial Literacy 2014: Everyone Getting Ahead Financially.
Whitney, L., May, S., & Lamy, M (2014), PISA 2012: New Zealand financial literacy report.
Victoria University (2018), Financial Survival Guide.
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