Thanks for joining me at the It Takes A Spark Conference on 7 December at St Hilda’s!
I hope you found the session useful. In case you missed it, here’s my bio.
Below you’ll find:
- Links to some of the research I mentioned
- Downloadable links to the Maker Kids Club Success Path and curriculum mapping
- A short survey to give me feedback, and
- Some ways you can connect with Money School.
Thanks again for attending, wishing you a wonderful festive season.
1. Links to research
- 2018 PISA Financial Literacy results
- 2018 PISA Financial Literacy country note – Australia
- Washington Post article: Why financial education is a waste of time
- Source paper: Financial literacy, financial education and downstream financial behaviors
- Financial Capability (gov.au) research links
2. Maker Kids Club Resources
Download copies of:
- The Maker Kids Club Success Path with lessons listed
- Curriculum mapping for Year 5
- Curriculum mapping for Year 6
- Curriculum mapping for Year 7
- Curriculum mapping for Year 8
For more information on Maker Kids Club, see how the schools program works.
From March to July 2020, the full Year 5 cohort at Perth College completed MKC. Given its success, the full Year 6 and 7 cohorts completed the program from June to November 2020. Gallup testing was completed in August 2020. These are the results:
3. Feedback Form
I’d really appreciate your feedback. Please complete the form below and click ‘Submit’:
If you’re feeling generous, a review on Facebook never goes astray – click ‘Share feedback’ when you get to Facebook 🙂
(…and if you have read my non-fiction book, an online book review would be AMAZING.)
4. Connect with Money School
If this is your first time to the site – welcome!
We help people become financially independent and reclaim their lives through independent, comprehensive financial education.
Want to learn more? Check out:
Lacey’s TEDx Talk
Why you should think about financial independence and mini-retirements