Secondary School Financial Education Program

Full set of teaching activities for teachers!

The Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) has partnered with the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST), the Office de la protection du consommateur (OPC) and Revenu Québec to develop teaching activities that complement the secondary school Financial Education Program.

This material is intended to build on the program’s primary competency: Takes a position on a financial issue

Teachers can choose from activities proposing a variety of learning situations adapted to young peoples’ reality and focusing on strengthening this competency and its key features: Assesses the situation, Examines different options, Considers the legal aspects of each option and Puts his/her position in perspective

The AMF proposes specific activities related to the financial issues Consuming goods and services and Pursuing an education.

ActivityTeacher's GuideStudent sheet
Using a Budget to Improve Your Finances  
Credit Cards: How much do they cost?  
When to Start Saving  
How to Start Investing  
Borrowing: Choosing the right type of credit    


Also consult the activities offered by AMF partners:

CNESST – Zone Enseignants The Teachers section of the CNESST website includes activities specific to the financial issues Entering the workforce and Pursuing an education.
OPC – Zone EnseignantsThe Teachers section of the OPC website presents activities specific to the financial issue Consuming goods and services.

Revenu Québec

Revenu Québec presents specific activities for the Entering the Workforce and Consuming Goods and Services issues.