Join us for an interactive and informative exploration of a new resource designed specifically for your needs to bring Financial Literacy to life in your classroom! FinLit101 features: an easy-to-follow program for students to work through at their own pace, or as a class; modules based on real-life scenarios to build money confidence; clear progress indicators and a points system that encourages exceptional work; and a program that strengthens students’ ability to think through concepts and cultivates a passion for exploration of key fundamentals.
The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE), in partnership with School District No. 73 (Kamloops-Thompson) is inviting you to attend a one-hour long virtual (with a 30-minute Q and A session) designed to provide an overview of the new FinLit101 online program – a resource that teachers of secondary school students can use to help build financial literacy capabilities for their students. The program can also appeal to independent learners.
Students will be able to take the course independently on their own time, or as part of a class. The program will employ the best teachers and teaching techniques to ensure effective student engagement and retention of what is learned. The program will also be designed to facilitate the participation and contribution of teachers who wish to work with the program as part of their instruction, since the program will be an excellent complement to many modules of instruction in a variety of courses in each province.
CFEE extends our sincere thanks to National Bank for its support and commitment to financial education in Canada – and to the provinces that will help us to ensure this program will be the best it can be to support improved financial capability in Canada.
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