26 September

Economic citizenship education of the younger generations. Comparing experiences

Building upon the experience with the MOney LEarning project, the workshop aims at triggering a discussion on teaching approaches, assessment methodologies and training opportunities available in the area of financial education for primary and middle school students.

The event, organized by the Museum of Saving in collaboration with Fondazione per la Scuola and the Regional School Office, is addressed to teachers and training/education professionals.

Economic citizenship education of the younger generations



14.00 – 14.15



14.15 – 14.30

Welcome address

Pierangela Dagna (Manager, Regional School Office)


14.30 – 14.50

MOney LEarning: a financial literacy project for primary schools

Genesis, state and perspectives of the first 3 years of the pilot project MOLE, jointly promoted by the Museum of Saving, EIB Institute and Fondazione per la Scuola (Compagnia di Sanpaolo)

Giovanna Paladino (Director and curator, Museum of Saving), Nicola Crepax (Director, Fondazione per la Scuola)


14.50 – 15.10

Financial education in  multicultural environments

Presentation of the “Guide to financial education in an intercultural perspective for primary school teachers”

Enrico Amiotti (Vice-chair Fondazione Amiotti)

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15.10 – 15.30

Integrating economic competencies in the school curriculum

Building upon the experience of the Socio-Economic Lyceums, ideas and best practices integrate financial education in the school curriculum.

Maria Teresa Ingicco (School Principal, Liceo Porporato Pinerolo)

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15.30 – 15.50

Learning how to assess financial literacy initiatives: examples and perspectives

A reflection on how to properly assess the financial education programs, in order to trigger a process of continuous improvement.

Tommaso Agasisti (Professor, Politecnico di Milano School of Management)

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15.50 – 16.00

Coffee break


16.00 – 16.20

The effectiveness of EDUFIN programs for primary schools: evidences and new ideas for research

Flavia Coda Moscarola (Senior Researcher CeRP – Collegio Carlo Alberto), Matteo Migheli (Professor, University of Turin)


16.20 – 17.30

Panel discussion “Economic citizenship education: opportunities for primary and middle schools”

Moderated by Maurizio Tropeano (Journalist, La Stampa)

  •  Katja Ferronato (Primary school teacher)
  •  Annalisa Garis (Torino Finanza Committee)
  •  Paola Laiolo (Museum of Saving)
  •  Cecilia Tria (National Research Council)
  •  Roberto Traini (Bank of Italy) 



Admission is free and reservation is required by sending an email to INFO@museodelrisparmio.it by September, 23.

Upon request, participants will receive a certificate of attendance.