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Banking

Pru Life expands Cha-Ching program

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - Pru Life UK has conducted the Cha-Ching Financial Literacy Teachers’ Training for public partner schools in National Capital Region and South Luzon to conduct the Cha-Ching Financial Literacy for the Youth Program in their classes for academic year 2013-2014. Participating in the training are 80 teachers from Pedro P. Cruz Elementary School, Pitogo Elementary School, Santa Rosa Central Elementary School, Tagaytay City Central School, and Upper Bicutan Elementary School. The sharing of best practices and instructions on money smarts was held at the F1 Hotel, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Focused on smart money management, the training aimed to increase financial awareness among the teachers for them to effectively impart the Cha-Ching program to their students. Aside from a session on financial literacy, the training also included a review of the Cha-Ching Money Smart Kids Program’s background, a comprehensive discussion on the teacher’s guide and student’s workbook, which will be used for Cha-Ching lessons, and a micro-teaching activity that allowed participants to practice classroom delivery of the Cha-Ching lessons. Only on its second year of implementation, Cha-Ching has proven to be successful in addressing the lack of financial literacy in early education. The Department of Education (DepEd) likewise recognizes the value of Cha-Ching in preparing students to make smart financial decisions in the future while inspiring teachers to be financially smart themselves.

 

BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY

CHA

CHA-CHING

CHA-CHING FINANCIAL LITERACY

CHA-CHING FINANCIAL LITERACY TEACHERS

CHA-CHING MONEY SMART KIDS PROGRAM

CHING

CRUZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION AND SOUTH LUZON

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