She’s got your number, Sharon Murdoch, 2014. Ref: DCDL-0030528.
Aotearoa was the first self-governing country in the world in which women achieved the right to vote. However, over 120 years on, gender equality is still an issue.
Key question: Why does gender inequality exist in Aotearoa, and how can we change this?
The social inquiry focus of this resource is exploring values, views, and perspectives.
Understand how formal and informal groups make decisions that impact on communities (social sciences level 4).
Understand how economic decisions impact on people, communities, and nations (social sciences level 5).
Gender biases influence economic decisions in ways that impact on people, communities, and our nation.
Decisions made by formal and informal groups reflect values and perspectives.
Key concepts: Impact, economic decisions.
This resource explores gender inequality in the workplace. It focuses on unconscious bias and the gender pay gap. Students explore how gender biases and economic decisions impact on pay and employment. They then consider the impact of these decisions on individuals and communities.