Teacher in Charge: Mr B. Megson
Commerce is the use and exploration of accounting, economic, and business concepts and models to make sense of society, and solve problems. In this subject, ākonga will build the knowledge, skills, and values they need to navigate, and participate in, the economic world. They will learn how participants in the economic world make decisions, and they will analyse how these decisions impact on sustainability.
Ākonga will learn that decision making is necessitated by scarcity, and that decisions are informed by a variety of cultural perspectives and lenses. Learning and assessment will examine Māori, Pacific, and other approaches to commerce, and business models from whānau and organisation contexts.
Number of Credits
Demonstrate understanding of an organisation's financial decision
Demonstrate understanding of an organisation’s financial viability
Demonstrate understanding of financial interdependence
Use a commerce model to demonstrate understanding of price