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Cross-curricular teaching and learning pathway

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The focus of this video is on how to plan a progression of financial capability sessions based on an exploration of financial identity. We’ll take a look at how you can use our teaching planning templates to plan a cross-curricular approach to financial capability education.

This approach could be used in a range of contexts, for example:

  • as part of a cross-curricular learning programme
  • as a learning focus for form groups or whānau classes, including vertical classes, where the teacher has expertise in one or more of the chosen learning areas
  • as part of a school-wide Money Week programme.

Watch the video below to get a full overview of how to plan your lessons using a cross-curricular approach. Once you've started your planning, you can check back on key points in the video using our chapter links. 

Teacher planner and examples

Download the planner template and use the examples from the next three tiles to create your own teaching plan or use one of the examples as a starting point. 

Single learning area schedule (example)

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Multiple learning areas schedule (example)

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Managing my money schedule (example)

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

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