Learn how to teach financial capability with our free PLD programme
Our PLD programme is practical and hands-on. Our aim is to:
The programme has been designed so that you can dip in and out in your own time and learn at your own pace. Replays of our webinars are available to watch at any time.
To arrange a personalised visit from our Schools Learning Specialist. please get in touch with Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our PLD framework document to identify where you are and what your next steps might be.
As valued members of the Sorted community we are offering all Te whai hua – kia ora, Sorted in Schools teachers and kaiako exclusive access to attend a series of free Money Bites webinars to help expand your knowledge and improve your own personal finances.
Delivered by one of our affiliated, independent Sorted facilitators, each webinar is fun, interactive and bite sized. You’ll come away feeling inspired and equipped with ideas to help manage your financial needs and increase your confidence to teach financial capability in the classroom.
Money Bites is for your own personal development. It isn’t a requirement to teach Sorted in Schools, but we think you’ll really enjoy the personal benefits you’ll get from it.
Register for one webinar or the entire series – it’s up to you.
This webinar is ideal for anyone new to Sorted in Schools, or if you want a more in-depth look at the resources and teaching aids.
Watch this webinar to learn how to start a discussion about financial wellbeing with your students. You’ll learn why we clam up about money, how to start constructive conversations and get tips on how to use the resources to get the best outcomes.
In this webinar, we discuss how to plan lessons across all learning areas and levels using the 8 financial capability themes.
In this webinar, we’ll be unpacking any myths about KiwiSaver and talk about why it is important for students to become active members in this investment scheme.
In this webinar, we introduce our 8-unit standards resources, discuss how the modules align to the eight Sorted themes and highlight resources found to support learning and assessment.
In this webinar, we introduce NCEA Level 1 and 2 Achievement Standards resources, launched on 22 February 2021, discuss how these resources will prepare them to make tomorrows financial decisions with confidence and can gain credits for it in maths and economics!
Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
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