ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching is a comprehensive
strategy to develop consumer and financial literacy capabilities
in young Australians.
Being MoneySmart is a core life skill. In a rapidly
changing world of personal finances, children and young people will
benefit from gaining and applying the knowledge, understanding,
skills and behaviours to establish good consumer and financial
habits. Find out more about MoneySmart Teaching.
The teaching section of MoneySmart contains:
development - Workshops, online learning and resources to
build teacher capability
resources - Units of work and digital activities aligned
to the Australian curriculum
- MoneySmart Schools - A program
to recognise and support schools who are implementing consumer and
financial literacy education.
New teaching resources and
help for teachers
Workshop 1 -
Introduction to Consumer and Financial Literacy Education in
Australia is now available online.
Updated units of work for primary teachers
Updated versions of our Primary units of
work have been developed based on feedback and reviews
conducted in 2012-2013.
Expect the unexpected: How I dealt with
The latest issue of Financial Health for
Teachers explains how to cope with the financial impact of
Last updated: 13 Nov 2014
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