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© ASIC 2012 Helping young people be MoneySmart Parent/Carer Workshop: Parents/carers as partners in learning
© ASIC 2012 Welcome! Grab a cuppa! Stick on a name tag. Take a seat and introduce yourself. We will take about an hour of your time. Don’t hesitate to ask questions!
© ASIC 2012 Money Makes the World Go Around This is a motivational, animated video which highlights why consumer and financial literacy education is important Video http://teaching.moneysmart.gov.au/resource- centre/videos/money-makes-the-world-go-around 3
© ASIC 2012 Consumer and financial literacy A core life skill Teaching about money in different learning areas ASIC’s role National Consumer and Financial Literacy Framework
© ASIC 2012 MoneySmart Teaching Our school’s commitment Desired outcomes Parent/carer involvement?
© ASIC 2012 A word from Paul Clitheroe Chairman, Australian Government Financial Literacy Board, expert in financial matters and popular TV presenter http://teaching.moneysmart.gov.au/resource- centre/videos/changing-world-of-consumerism Key message 1: young people’s issue that must be addressed Key message 2: not as easy as when we were children Key message 3: money has become invisible
© ASIC 2012 What do you think? Paul’s points versus your thoughts? What are the pressures parents/carers face in this area of family education? What could the school do to support this? How could you help the school in the MoneySmart Teaching program?
© ASIC 2012 What parent/carers said! The key points parents/carers raised in discussion:..
© ASIC 2012 Maxed out! We don’t want to alarm you, but look at this short movie about youth debt — http://teaching.moneysmart.gov.au/resource- centre/videos/to-the-max http://teaching.moneysmart.gov.au/resource- centre/videos/to-the-max
© ASIC 2012 The MoneySmart School’s learning journey Teacher Workshop 1: whole-staff workshop Parent/Carer Workshop: for parents/carers Teacher Workshop 2: teaching team planning for teaching MoneySmart units of work Teacher Workshop 3: teaching team review teaching of MoneySmart units of work Teacher Workshop 4: sharing reports and showcasing with whole staff, parents/carers and community members
© ASIC 2012 Concluding messages Talk to your children Talk to your child’s teacher Help with home study tasks Get involved Visit the MoneySmart Teaching website (www.teaching.moneysmart.gov.au) (www.teaching.moneysmart.gov.au) Come to our final presentation
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