Financial education: Intesa Sanpaolo events with the Museum of Savings and Foreign Banks

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Financial education: Intesa Sanpaolo events with the Museum of Savings and Foreign Banks


From March 21 to 27, Intesa Sanapolo offers a week of events for economic and financial education schools with the Museum of Savings and Foreign Banks

the World Money Week 2022 by Intesa San Paolo. Through its Savings Museum and its foreign banks, the banking establishment offers a rich calendar of events and initiatives as part of the festival, which is in its 10th edition scheduled for March 21 to 27 and dedicated to young people. to make them aware of the importance of acquiring afinancial education Basic.

This year’s theme, “Build your future, manage your money well” aims to highlight the link between the ability to manage one’s finances and the ability to plan one’s future choices according to one’s life goals. Since last year, the Committee for Planning and Coordinating Financial Education Activities coordinates the GMW for Italy in collaboration with the OECD, the body that organizes the event at international level.

The following banks of the Group’s International Subsidiary Banks Division also participate in Global Money Week: Alexbank in Egypt, Banca Intesa Beograd in Serbia, Eximbank in Moldova, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Slovenia, Intesa Sanpaolo .

Global Money Week 2022 Calendar on Financial Education

The Savings Museum opens on weekdays, March 21 at 11 a.m., with a special online edition of the workshop “LEGONOMY – The economy explained with bricks”, in collaboration with FEdUF and Luciano Canova, economist, university teacher and Lego Serious Play trainer. Through the famous bricks, college students will be able to approach notions such as price, inflation and GDP, in a simple and fun way.

It is intended for high schools March 22 at 11 a.m. “EduFin Train-the-Trainer”, a “train-the-trainer” webinar, designed in particular to enable high school students to offer simple financial education activities to primary and secondary school students.

“A stroll around the world with Arco and Iris”, on the program March 23 at 9 a.m., on the other hand, it will be dedicated to primary school students, to make them aware of the meaning of saving and the importance of being economically independent. The mascots of the Museum of Savings, For and Mica, will tell the story of Arco and Iris, two piggy banks that one day magically came to life and had an incredible adventure. For and Mica will then talk to the children to answer all their questions and curiosities about money. The event starts from the history of the Savings Museum “Arco & Iris in South America”.

“Arco and Iris in South America” ​​will be a new “multilingual” tool – translated for the occasion into 17 foreign European languages ​​(French, English, Spanish, Bulgarian, Portuguese, Serbian, Moldavian, Bosnian, Croatian, Ukrainian, Romanian, Arabic, Slovenian, Albanian, Slovak, Greek, Polish) – which the Savings Museum and member banks will make available to parents to begin educating children for economic independence.

The next Digital Live Talk is dedicated to high school girls and boys March 25 at 10:00 a.m. titled “HIDDEN NUMBERS: when numbers tell us about the world”, with contributions from Taxi1729 broadcasters. The conference devotes a special study to the importance of knowing how to read data and discern the right information to protect oneself in consumer decisions and the management of personal finances.

In addition, the Savings Museum is also planning a seminar for adults, including teachers, educators and financial education operators, to be held on March 30 at 4 p.m. titled “How Important is How the Question Is Asked? Framing effect: how language can affect learning and assessment methods”. The webinar aimed to explore how language conditions learning, of students and adults, and in particular what is the effect of framing in the context of skills assessment processes with professors Enrico Cervellati and Tommaso Agasisti. With the participation of Taxi 1729.

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