Financial Literacy and Religious Education
|In 2010, the Ontario Working Group on Financial Literacy articulated a vision: Ontario students will have the skills and knowledge to take responsibility for managing their personal financial well-being with confidence, competence and a compassionate awareness of the work around them. This outstanding new Catholic resource, Financial Literacy and Religious Education provides lessons which will help secondary teachers address the core content and competencies required for financial literacy through the lens of the religious education programs.
Newly Updated! The resource has an interactive Table of Contents and a ‘TOC’ icon on each page that will take you back to the Table of Contents and all links are active and accessible.
|Financial-Literacy.pdf ( 2.2MB )