Financial Sustainable Literacy (SFinLit), is a Innovation Project focused in the Innovative practices in digital era. Is very much centered in the reinforcement of Digital, Financial Literacy and Learn to learn Competences in School Education. Financial Literacy , is a core life skill for participating in modern society, and Coronavirus crisis, has put under the spotlight in a very dramatic way how important Digital Competences are. In this crisis context and in a very strong way too, the digital gap is showing to be a critical point, that has to be urgently addressed. UNED will share with the consortium his experience in Digital Education Technologies, Blended Learning and on-line most appropriated methodologies so the Project can provide to the target group (Young Students) with the knowledge and skills they needed to improve their Financial Literacy, Digital and Learn to Learn competences.
A Consortia composed by 7 partners (apart from the UNED), from Tertiary Level (Laurea University of Applied Sciences) School Public Institutions (Agora Roermond School) Non Profit Associations in the field of Financial training for professionals and Young students (IEF), Administrative Education Institutions (Regional Directorate for Primary and Secondary School of Thessaly) Financial and Banking Institutions (EFFEBI and EBTN) and a Tertiary Level Institution very much focused on innovative and Technology Enhanced Learning (Munster Technological University), that covers a wide range of perspectives, skills and knowledge, will address the objectives of understanding what Socially Responsible Finance is, show Socially Responsible Actions development and good practices, develop contents adapted to the needs of the target group (Young students), develop a training model addressing the main topic of Financial Literacy and develop training free on-line contents, to the target groups primarily by students but also for general users, industry, employees and stakeholders, to give effective answers to the emerging challenges.
Previous successful coordination of technical projects, as well as in tool development and dissemination ones, allow to expect a good exploitation of new projects and the use of the use of the developed methodologies and technologies.