Money and Youth: Teacher’s Guide – Alberta
Money and Youth (https://moneyandyouth.com/) serves as a “Guide to Financial Literacy” for youth ages 14 and up – but also serves as a primer for adults, especially parents and teachers, who often assume responsibilities for helping children improve their financial capability.
- Click here to download the Money and Youth: Teacher’s Guide – Alberta.
These Outcome Guides – one each for Div. III and Div. IV – help identify the Themes and Lessons in the BFIA Framework table that help deliver specific learning outcomes. The Framework and Outcome Guides have been carefully created specifically for Alberta’s curriculum.
- Click here to download the Division III Outcome Guide.
- Click here to download the Division IV Outcome Guide.
FinLit 101 Brochure
FinLit 101 is our revolutionary new financial literacy program designed primarily for high-school aged youth, but also applicable for others who want to develop a foundational understanding of money and financial concepts. Content is delivered through short, fun video segments, and includes quizzes and assignments for each topic. FinLit 101 also provides teachers with the ability to create private class groups, mark student’s quizzes and assignments within the site, and monitor individual progression. Points are earned by progressing through the program, as well as by being active and participating in discussion topics and other activities. Students can progress through the program in a linear fashion, or individual modules and topics can be selected.
- Click here to download the FinLit 101 Brochure.
FinLit 101 Resource Guide
This Resource Guide for FinLit 101 helps tie the specific modules and topics in the program, to learning outcomes identified in the Alberta curriculum.
- Click here to download the FinLit 101 Resource Guide.
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