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© ASIC 2012 Teacher Workshop 2: Implementing MoneySmart Teaching Units of Work in the classroom Helping young people be MoneySmart
© ASIC 2012 Purpose Teachers will: Gain an understanding of the place of consumer and financial literacy in the Australian Curriculum Prepare to implement the MoneySmart Teaching units of work in their faculty Discuss parent/carer focus group outcomes Select a unit of work for implementation 2
© ASIC 2012 Context for MoneySmart School implementation The key characteristics of our school are: school motto vision/mission statement parental involvement significant attributes e.g. environmental programs, accelerated learning programs etc enterprise activities such as fetes, market days, school fundraisers Do we provide learning opportunities that develop MoneySmart Students? 3
© ASIC 2012 Parent/Carer Focus Group Outcomes Parent/Carer Focus Group 1 2 3 etc Activity 2 School and Parent/Carer shared expectations for student learning 4
© ASIC 2012 National Consumer and Financial Literacy Framework Dimensions: Knowledge and understandings Competence Responsibility and enterprise Activity 3 Explore how the Student Learnings for each Dimension are addressed 5
© ASIC 2012 Mathematics as a context for consumer and financial literacy Mathematics Number and algebra Measurement and geometry Statistics and probability Activity 4 Agree with or reword the Key Understandings and Key Messages 6
© ASIC 2012 Science as a context for consumer and financial literacy Science Science understanding Science as a human endeavour Science inquiry skills Activity 4 Agree with or reword the Key Understandings and Key Messages 7
© ASIC 2012 English as a context for consumer and financial literacy English Language Literature Literacy Activity 4: Agree with or reword the Key Understandings and Key Messages 8
© ASIC 2012 MoneySmart Teaching Unit of Work Unit of Work components: Unit of Work Planner (nationally endorsed) Teacher Notes Student Materials 9
© ASIC 2012 Key aspects of the Unit of Work Planner Unit Description Enduring Understandings/Deep Learnings Content Activity 5: Explore Unit Planner 10
© ASIC 2012 Examine a MoneySmart Teaching Unit of Work in detail Work in year level groups Review the unit of work for that year group – Does it need to be tailored to fit your school and class context? 11
© ASIC 2012 Unit of Work for implementation in classroom. Considerations: when unit will be taught, maximising parental involvement, resources required requirements for differentiated learning others Activity 6: Considerations for implementing a MoneySmart teaching Unit of Work 12
© ASIC 2012 Plan for reporting back to faculty in Teacher Workshop 3 Requirements: Implementation reflection template Student work samples Student comments Assessment tasks Parent/carer comments Useful resources Other 13
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