STEME

Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Environmental Education Research Group

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Author: Dr. Carly Sawatzki

Financial literacy programs taught in schools are exposed as value-ridden, flawed & totally inadequate

Sawatzki, C. May 18, 2020. Financial literacy programs taught in schools are exposed as value-ridden, flawed & totally inadequate. AARE EduResearch Matters. 

Posted in Publications by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on October 4, 2020

Tax and superannuation: Developing proportional reasoning

Sawatzki, C., & Zmood, S. (2020). Tax and superannuation: Developing proportional reasoning. Vinculum, 57(2), 11-13.

Posted in Publications by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on October 4, 2020

Facets of numeracy: Teaching, learning and practices

Geiger, V., Yasukawa, K., Bennison, A., Fielding Wells, J. & Sawatzki, C. (2020). Facets of numeracy: Teaching, learning and practices. In J. Way, C. Attard, J. Anderson, J. Bobis, H. McMaster, K. Cartwright (Eds.), Research in Mathematics Educatio …

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Posted in Publications by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on October 4, 2020

Financial literacy programs taught in schools are exposed as value-ridden, flawed & totally inadequate

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupts the very idea of financial literacy.

Posted in Blog posts by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on June 1, 2020

Discovering diverse students’ funds of knowledge related to finance: Pāsifika students in New Zealand

Hunter, J. & Sawatzki, C. (2019). Discovering diverse students’ funds of knowledge related to finance: Pāsifika students in New Zealand. Mathematics Education Research Journal.

Posted in Publications by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on March 20, 2020

Stimulating proportional reasoning through questions of finance and fairness

What could two people stand to gain from sharing a taxi ride? We aimed to explore the extent to which this challenging yet accessible financial context might stimulate students’ mathematical exploration of multiplicative thinking and proportional reasoning.

Posted in Publications by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on March 20, 2020

Developing financially literate children

This article from Carly Sawatzki and Peter Sullivan explores how an authentic real-life context can yield interesting mathematical problems that allow financial literacy tasks to be embedded in mathematics lessons.

Posted in Publications by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on March 20, 2020

Don’t trust banks to teach financial literacy to children. Here are some teacher insights

For generations, schools, teachers and parents around Australia have relied on the finance industry for money-related expertise and education for our children. We now know that our trust was misguided.

Posted in Blog posts by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on March 20, 2020