MoneySmart Teaching videos
Gain an insight into teaching maths using a financial literacy
context for learning.
Learn about using financial literacy as a way of engaging
students with mathematics.
See how ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching units of work help teachers
engage students in mathematics through hands-on practical learning
Anne, a Year 3/4 teacher at Austral Public School talks about
the benefits of MoneySmart teaching resources for new teachers.
Educators describe why teachers should use MoneySmart Teaching
resources in the classroom.
Matt, a Year 3/4 teacher at Austral Public School shares his
thoughts on consumer and financial literacy education.
Teachers, parents, kids and experts explain the benefits of
learning about money at school.
Scott Pape, the Barefoot Investor, highlights why there is a
need to teach consumer and financial literacy in schools. Featuring
key social trends and compelling statistics, this powerful digital
animation illustrates the demands of a modern world on young people
when money is invisible.
Experts discuss the changing world of money and what it means to
Scott Pape interviews a group of school children to find out
what they do and don't know about money.
Experts talk about young people and money and the influences on
them as they become independent consumers. They discuss the stress
associated with this and the need for better consumer and financial
literacy in young people from an early age.
Experts, principals and teachers reflect on the MoneySmart
Schools program and the positive outcomes for students who are
Series of vox populi answers from young people to questions
including 'Where does money come from?' and 'Where do you get money
Experts talk about children and money, the influences on young
people who become consumers from an early age, the stress that may
be involved and the need for better consumer and financial literacy
awareness in young people from an early age.
Interviews with students who have undertaken a MoneySmart unit
of work, run a student enterprise and been involved in an
integrated program at school.
Interviews with students about the positive outcomes of
participating in a consumer and financial literacy program.
Students talk about some pitfalls and experiences they have had
with the use of mobile phones, contracts and pitfalls including
buying 'scam' ringtones.
Over the past 4 years Singleton Primary School have implemented
a whole school approach to consumer and financial literacy
education involving, teachers, students, parents and the broader
community.They used ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching program as the basis
for embedding this learning within the curriculum and have
incorporated many other consumer and financial literacy based
initiatives within the school.
Wingham High School has incorporated financial literacy
education across all curriculum learning areas. Beyond core
subjects, staff have embedded financial literacy into Spanish
classes, the annual school production and the school garden
Secondary school class-based and enterprise learning.
Year 9 students learn about mobile phones and gain skills
running a business.
Primary school class-based. Two schools share their approaches
to consumer and financial literacy education through a student run
enterprise and an integrated program.
Primary school whole-school. The Mypologa State School shop on
the banks of the Murray River attracts visitors from around the
Enterprise based learning. Students run the 'Snack Shack' and a
community garden to gain consumer and financial literacy
Chloe is embarrassed at a cafe when she's maxed out her credit
card. This video looks at understanding credit and debt.
Peter buys a car and then can't afford the costs of running it!
This video looks at the real costs of buying a car.
Vikki might need to move out of home to have some privacy. This
video explores the costs of moving out of home.
Real issues, real teens. Abe is desperate for the latest
smartphone, Bianca wants a car and Clare has $500.
Nick gets more than he bargained for at his first job. This
video looks at the things you need to consider when you get a pay
check including checking your payslip tax, and superannuation.
Josh discovers his limits after a credit spree pushes him TO THE
MAX. Produce by Consumer Affairs Victoria.
Effy's cash is 'hanging out of her pockets' when she shops
online. This video looks at how you can protect yourself from
having cash stolen online.
Di Motton, a Victorian teacher, explains how she paid off her
first mortgage in her 30s. This video is part of the Financial
Health for Teachers program.
Donna Maslan, a teacher in her 30s, talks about the effects of
overwhelming debt and how she was able to break the debt cycle.
Sue-Ellen, a teacher at a technical college in Victoria, talks
about the financial pressures of becoming a single parent.
Luke, a primary school teacher, discusses how he and his wife
have approached investing on a teachers salary.
Eddy Meyer highlights the importance of starting early with
consumer and financial literacy education on Channel Ten's national
Last updated: 27 Sep 2017