MoneySmart Teaching offers primary and secondary resources fully
aligned to the Australian Curriculum. Using money and finances as
an engaging context for learning, teachers provide their students
with authentic learning experiences across all subject areas.
An implementation guide (Word
version) assists teachers and schools to incorporate consumer
and financial literacy within their classroom and school
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.
Australian Curriculum Alignment
All MoneySmart Teaching units of work, digital activities and
resource collections have been mapped to the Australian Curriculum.
See below for detailed mapping.
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. Download
pdfs for each year level to assist with your planning.
Units of work and digital activities
Milba Djunga - Indigenous resource
Smart consumers 4 a smart future
MoneySmart Rookie - Year 9 & 10
Be MoneySmart - Year 9 & 10
First Business Year 9 & 10
Last updated: 21 Feb 2018