The webinar held in Slovakia aimed to inform about new financial literacy education methods, present good examples from practice, and discuss possible problems and issues.
Teacher Inge Castryck recommends using the learning materials developed by secondary school teachers and university lecturers from Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Slovakia and Estonia.
I just repaid my student loan. Yep, all of it. The whole 51,759 Euro and 61 cents.
Being a member of the EUFin project gives all the participants an opportunity to be a member of a great community.
Estonian Facebook group named „#Kogumispäevik“ helps group members and guests make better decisions about their finances.
The effects of computer-assisted adaptive instruction and elaborated feedback on learning outcomes.
Even in these difficult times of distant form of education we do not remiss in our duties and continue in developing skills and acquiring new knowledge in the field of financial literacy.
Researcher Aisa Amagir points out that If we want equal opportunities for young people, financial education must become an integral part of the curriculum.
Recent study carried out in Belgium analyzed the financial literacy of the Flemish population, with special attention to people in poverty.
A knowledge contest for students called the Financial Olympics offers secondary school students the opportunity to test and compare their level of financial literacy.
Despite the high achievement test results in financial literacy both for Estonian teenage students and for the adult population the country still faces several challenges.
As a parent and a teacher I like to believe that what you do, makes a difference, that your actions and example affect the behaviour of your children or students.
The number of online activities in Slovakian schools has risen sharply since March.
Researchers at KU Leuven in Belgium aim to understand the behaviour of individuals to buying insurance, and how it can be changed.
The whole world knows about the brilliant results of Estonian students in PISA financial literacy survey, but the background of the great results has been discussed less.
A disease no-one was expecting turned upside down our daily lives, and with that our consumption habits and personal finances.
Frank and his crew haven't met, haven't talked and haven't shared a real space for two months now.
On January 30, 2020, exciting lectures, attended by more than 250 grammar and secondary vocational schools students of final grades, were held at the University of Žilina.
Behavioural insights applied to financial behaviours vs financial education?
Franco De Toma, a member of EUFin team reveals his thoughts and impression about EUFin project.
The students of the Business Academy in Žilina taught elementary school pupils about money.
Teachers can start using a simulation game on entrepreneurship, which is one of the key elements in the Flemish financial literacy curriculum.
The discussion was about possible actions and activities Italian universities can undertake to set a common ground of research and practices.
Did you ever wonder about how financial literacy is provided in different European countries? Thanks to the EUFin project we can obtain insights in this.
Students think that teaching of economics in Estonian schools could be more thorough. Gregor Pihlak (on the left) and Tom Enriko Kelt speaking at the financial education seminar in Tallinn.
The museum path offers different propositions for children, young people and adults, using videos, games or readings about the main economic and financial themes.
Teachers could choose from a variety of workshops.
Youngsters tested their financial literacy skills.
Financial literacy as part of the secondary education curriculum in Flanders.
Find out some clever tips that can help people set financial goals and achieve them.
More than 160 students enriched with new knowledge of financial literacy.