The “F.A.BU.L.A – Financial And Business Learning Activities” project intends to engage, motivate and stimulate young people of Primary Schools in entrepreneurship and financial literacy, removing the idea of a closed, complex, elitist, de-contextualised finance from daily life and activities, by adopting an integrated teaching model of entrepreneurial skills and economic/financial knowledge able to:
- profoundly evolve learning methods, tools and situations and favour interdisciplinary, interactive and integrated teaching
- favour the development of the Financial Capability of young people in classes IV and V of primary schools, by creating learning objectives that develop:
a) literacy of money and prices
b) ability to plan the future
c) ability to manage a small budget
d) ability to avoid debt
e) ability to manage present and future spending.
The “F.A.BU.L.A – Financial And Business Learning Activities” project, thus intends to help new generations to understand how to make financial choices that are more and more complex and demanding in the best possible way, thus favouring a process of knowledge and approach to financial matters that guides them in:
- the best use of different financial products and services
- acquiring greater awareness of risks of market opportunities
via an innovative learning, model based on the edutainment, logic educating, entertaining, integrating financial literacy in a wider education on entrepreneurship and active citizenship training process.