The “ProFiLE” seeks to provide the teaching resources needed by facilitators of financial literacy in the EU. Teachers, parents, guardians, children society leaders and workers need user-friendly yet authentic teaching guides and activities to help young children between the ages of 7 and 11 to understand the notions of money that are deemed age-appropriate.

Objectives

To provide the teaching resources needed by facilitators of financial literacy in the EU.

To support teachers through teaching guides and activities to help students to understand the notions of money that are deemed
age-appropriate

To create a virtual learning environment to support learners in practicing financial decision making issues.

Through emerging technologies providing
good education in order to expand equal opportunities for all members of society.

Products & Results

Teaching materials to understand explanations of financial products.

A virtual learning environment with teaching plans, session plans, session activities and frequently asked questions and answers on financial literacy

A toolkit on how to include financial literacy into the learning of young children.

An academic paper reflecting on all activities and results of the project.

Targets

pupils aged 7 to 11

Schools

Teachers / educators

Headmasters

Stakeholders

From across all partner countries (Italy, Hungary, United Kingdom and Croatia)

Intellectual Output

IO1

Financial Literacy Learning Outcomes for the Pedagogy

A collection and analysis of best practice in financial literacy education.

IO2

Financial Literacy Teaching Material

The materials developed will provide facilitators with simple to understand explanations of financial products, how they are created, when and how individuals use them and how to make the best use of them.

IO3

Financial Literacy Learning Tools

A computer application to support learners in practicing financial decision making and a a virtual learning environment with teaching plans, session plans, session activities and frequently asked questions and answers on financial literacy will be created.

IO4

Financial Literacy Integration Toolkit

Best practices will be combined to demonstrate how the participating organisations planned and achieved the inclusion of financial literacy for children in the target age group.

IO5

Financial Literacy Research Paper

Will develop an academic paper reflecting on all activities and results of the project. At the concluding stage of the project, lessons learnt, challenges remaining, and actions required to improve financial literacy will be published.