Ko tētahi o ngā hua nui o te mahi Pēke Kā, ka āta tirohia ngā tamariki ki ngā āhuatanga katoa o te mahi moni, arā, ko te pēke pūtea tēnā, ko te penapena pūtea tēnā. Ko te nuinga o ngā tamariki, kāore anō kia kite i te āhua o tētahi pēke pūtea. Na reira he kaupapa nui tēnei kia matatau ai ngā tauira ki te mahi moni – i mua tonu mai i tō rātou pakeketanga!He kōrero atu anō mō te karaehe a Matua Pare
Nā te whakamahi i a Pēke Kā ki roto i te karaehe, kua mātau hāere ngā tauira i ngā kupu ahumoni, pērā i te moni tārewa, te utu aūnoa me te tohu kōnae.He kōrero atu anō mō te karaehe a Waitangi Chesley
Bob has been using Banqer in his class of 21 year 5 and 6's. He’s seen its numerous applications in the classroom, discovering ample opportunities to go beyond the immediate curriculum links and explore broader financial and life lessons.Read more about Bob's class
"This year we used Banqer as our classroom currency system. It's been a great way to value money in the modern virtual environment of online bank accounts. Each week the students received an income automatically. Then the students who were savvy savers reaped the rewards of earning interest. This lead the students to learning about and appreciating interest in their bank accounts."
"Banqer has been such a simple way to introduce a classroom economy in my room. Throughout the week students keep track of their income using invoices and submit them to me for payment at the end of the week, there is not cutting and laminating required! I love that the students are able to track their own money by logging in at home. Banqer is a great way to start to teach my students about the value and importance of money."
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