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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 by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on June 1, 2020.
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 by Dr. Carly Sawatzki on March 20, 2020.
By Russell Tytler, Chair of Science Education Current advocacy of STEM represents a reform movement to increase engagement of students with the STEM disciplines (Marginson, Tytler, Freeman & Roberts, 2013), and to develop ‘STEM skills’ that will pr …
Posted by Prof. Russell Tytler on August 9, 2019.
By Associate Professor Linda Hobbs, Deakin University Originally Posted on the ASERA website: https://www.asera.org.au/news/discussion-piece-what-can-we-do-about-phenomenon-teaching-out-field Teaching out-of-field is a contentious practice in most Aust …
Posted by Assoc. Prof. Linda Hobbs on July 16, 2019.