Have your say on Sorted in Schools

The five-week pilot period for the first Sorted in Schools resources has closed and now it’s time to have your say.

It’s important Sorted in Schools hear from all teachers and students who participated in the pilot before the resources are released nationwide in term 1, 2019. You have a unique opportunity to help shape the resources and help shape financial capability education in New Zealand schools and kura.

Sorted in Schools needs your input

They want to know whether the resources meet diverse learning environments and teacher and student-led learning objectives, how easy the sortedinschools.org.nz website was to navigate and how the resources were received by students.

All feedback will be considered; the resources will be refined and amended to reflect your comments.

Teacher and student surveys

Teachers will be contacted by an independent evaluator to complete a survey and a student survey will also be made available for teachers to distribute in class.
The pilot teaching and learning resources will still be accessible via the Sorted in Schools website before the programme is released next year to all schools and kura.

Resources for Māori-medium education and years 9-10

Sorted in Schools is currently developing the first resources for Māori-medium education and the second learning package for years 9-10, which will focus on retirement, KiwiSaver, insurance and investing. Both will be released in early 2019.

The aim of the programme is to equip all young New Zealanders for their financial futures, and to ensure all secondary school students have equitable access to financial capability education by 2021.

Register your interest online

To receive regular updates on the programme or to become a Sorted School please register your interest online.
You can contact the Sorted in Schools team anytime with enquiries at schools@sorted.org.nz.

 

 

Last modified on Tuesday, 27 November 2018 10:10