Talk Money with Ecstra Foundation is providing additional curriculum aligned resources to support the workshop learning outcomes. We will update this Resources page over Term 1 and 2, 2022.
Federal and State Government entities also provide a range of financial education resources and classroom activities for schools.
Federal Government School Resources
Tax, Super + You, Australian Tax Office (ATO)
An educational online resource for teachers to help their students improve their understanding of the Australian tax and super systems. Resources are focused on Year 7 to 12 students, are aligned to the national curriculum and incorporate interactive digital activities.
Moneysmart, Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC)
Moneysmart has free teaching resources including units of work, interactive activities and e-books. The resources are aligned to the national curriculum and support primary, secondary school and VET students.
Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
Provides a number of teacher materials, including learning activities for Year 9-10 students focused on the Australian economy. The RBA also offers external speakers to provide free talks to schools each year to introduce economic concepts.
State Government School Resources
FUSE, (Victorian Department of Education and Training)
Provides online financial literacy resources aligned to the Mathematics and Economics and Business learning areas of the Victorian curriculum.
NSW Department of Education
Provides online resources to support students to learn how money works, with resources identified by year level. Includes links to the NSW Treasurer’s Financial Literacy Challenge.
Queensland Department of Education
Includes links to the Moneysmart website resources and an annual Buy Smart competition to help students learn about consumer issues.