GMW Teaching Materials
GMW Teaching Materials have been developed in collaboration with Aflatoun International and include topics such: budgeting, investing, spending, earning, entrepreneurship, and more. The materials have been specifically adapted for two key age groups – ages 10-14 and ages 15-18. They can be used for classroom sessions to develop students’ financial literacy and skills, or as part of a wider plan for incorporating financial education into teaching lessons.
GMW provides a valuable opportunity for teachers, educational practitioners and others to get involved in supporting the development of youth skills and knowledge within their teaching.
What is Economic Citizenship Education?
Economic Citizenship Education (ECE) is a combination of financial, social, and livelihood’s education – building the knowledge, skills and competences of youth, for their economic, social and personal well-being. GMW provides a valuable opportunity for teachers, educational practitioners and others to get involved in advocating for greater economic education for children and youth through the Week’s activities, with the aim of fostering the long-term inclusion of financial, social and livelihoods skills and knowledge in their teaching.
The Child & Youth Finance International (CYFI) Team promotes ECE globally and has developed a framework for linking ECE with access to appropriate financial services for young people to help them become financially capable and empowered economic citizens.
Who can use these materials?
❷ Bankers who go to schools and give talks
❸ Anyone else who is interested
GMW Teaching Materials are made available for two different age groups:
❶ GMW Teaching Materials for students aged 10 -14
❷ GMW Teaching Materials for students aged 15 -18
Please feel welcome to adapt these materials to other age groups, if necessary.
Example GMW Classroom Materials for students age 10-14
Example GMW Classroom Materials for students age 15-18