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Money Management is an important topic in the revised General Studies curriculum. The Investor and Financial Education Council (IFEC) will organise a teacher workshop. It aims to introduce some teaching strategies that can help teachers teach money management concepts. We have invited Tai Po Old Market Public School (Plover Cove) Principal Mr. Tsui Chun Cheung and Mr. Tseung Shui Lun (Panel head of General Studies) to share their school-based financial education and general studies experience. Also, Mr. Yiu Tai Wai from SKH Yuen Chen Maun Chen Primary School will share how money management can be taught within Personal Growth Education.

The "General Studies and Money Management" teaching package will be introduced in the workshop. The objective of the package is to help students build positive values, learn how to be a smart consumer, reflect on consumerism and acquire some good financial management skills.

The teaching package is based on the General Studies for Primary Schools Curriculum Guide (2017). It can also be matched with Personal Growth Education, Moral and Civic Education, Mathematics and Information Technology for cross-curricular teaching. The package provides worksheets, presentation slides, animations, lesson plans and E-Books which facilitate the teaching and reduces workload in lesson preparation.

 

Date:

4 July 2019 (Thursday)
Time: 2:15 - 5:00pm
Target: General Studies, Personal Growth Education, Moral and Civic Education Teacher
Fee: Free
Venue: Theatre 2, HKPC Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Content:
  1. How to promote school-based money management curriculum Effectively in Primary Schools
  2. Teaching experience sharing on Money Management in General studies
  3. Experience sharing on General Studies and Personal Growth Education learning and teaching
  4. Introducing related teaching resources
Registration Method: Please register through registration form

 

Note: Teachers could receive teaching resources and attendance certificate from IFEC


17 Jun 2019