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Economics and Business

Resources

Curriculum area-specific resources have been developed to support teachers implementing the curriculum, organised by 'Help me plan', 'Help me find a teaching resource' and 'Help me assess'.

Overview of Economics and Business

The Economics and Business curriculum explores the ways in which individuals, families, the community, workers, businesses and governments make decisions in relation to the allocation of resources. It enables students to understand the process of economic and business decision-making at the personal, local, national, regional and global levels and the effects of these decisions on themselves and others, now and in the future. Students learn to appreciate the interdependence of decisions made and develop the knowledge, understanding and skills that will inform and encourage them to participate in, and contribute to, the economy.

The Economics and Business curriculum  can be viewed on the Victorian Curriculum F–10 website

To view key components of the Economics and Business curriculum, view presentation Introducing Economics and Business

Contact

Megan Jeffery, Economics and Business Curriculum Manager

Phone (03) 9032 1696 or email the Economics and Business Curriculum Manager

Professional associations

Social Education Victoria

Social Education Victoria (SEV) is a professional association established in 1970 for all who are interested in teaching about society and environment using integrated approaches to Social Education course content.

Victorian Commercial Teachers Association

The Victorian Commercial Teachers Association (VCTA) is an independent teacher association providing leadership, professional learning programs and resources to business educators.