How teachers can use MoneySmart
MoneySmart is for you in and out of the
5 WAYS TEACHERS CAN USE MONEYSMART:
We have a range of financial literacy education
resources for teachers and parents.
All resources are vetted by a quality assurance process and are
mapped to the Australian Curriculum and the
National Consumer and Financial Literacy Framework.
Take a look at some of our featured resources
MoneySmart Teaching has a great range of digital activities and
resources you can use in the classroom to teach kids about
development for you
Quality teaching is critical for student development and
success. Professional development is critical for growing and
supporting great teachers.
MoneySmart provides professional development
resources aligned to the Australian professional standards for
teachers, so you can effectively develop young peoples skills and
understanding around money.
Here are some of the professional development courses we
3. MoneySmart Teaching in
The MoneySmart Teaching program has been integrated into a number of
schools across Australia.
Take a look at some of the ways MoneySmart Teaching is being
used in schools.
4. Be a MoneySmart
In order to teach financial literacy effectively it can
help to develop your own financial knowledge and have an
understanding of why it is important to make this part of your
We have a lot of information to help you to better manage your
money, including information on:
MoneySmart also offers a range of calculators and apps,
videos and quizzes to guide you
on your financial path, that can also be used in the classroom.
5. Financial health for
Financial Health for
Teachers is a personal learning program developed in
partnership with Scott Pape, the 'Barefoot Investor'.
The videos of teachers sharing their financial stories are
designed to help you feel confident and in control of your
Try some of Scott Pape's Money Challenges below, and take charge
of your finances.
MoneySmart Teaching is a comprehensive
program to develop the consumer and financial literacy capabilities
of both teachers and students.
Last updated: 08 Mar 2017