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Using money and finances as an engaging context for
learning, teachers can provide students with authentic learning
experiences across all subject areas.
ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching offers primary,
secondary and VET resources
aligned to the Australian Curriculum. Each unit of
work and digital activity has a
supporting curriculum mapping document featuring the relevant
learning area, achievement standards, content descriptions and
general capabilities. Mapping for all resources is available
under Australian Curriculum Alignment.
The MoneySmart resource list provides an
overview of the resources available to support teachers. An implementation guide (Word
version) assists teachers and schools to incorporate consumer
and financial literacy within their classroom and school
Filter teaching resource by:
Australian Curriculum Alignment
All of ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching units of work, digital
activities and resource collections have been mapped to the
Australian Curriculum (see the 'Curriculum Alignment'
PDF links within the resource search results
Consumer and Financial Literacy Curriculum Connections has been
developed by the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting
Authority (ACARA) to show how consumer and financial literacy is
positioned in the Australian Curriculum by year level, learning
area, general capability and cross-curriculum priority.
See detailed mapping below:
Units of work and digital activities
Milba Djunga - Indigenous resource
Last updated: 12 Dec 2018