Bite Size Learning Online Learning Experiences (30 minutes or less)

Program for Grades 4 through 12

Our bite-size learning courses are made for teachers, parents and students who want to improve their skills in money management, workplace readiness and entrepreneurship in 30 minutes or less. Click on any image to start learning today.

Teacher Led Class

Self Directed Program

Volunteer Facilitated Program

Program Options

Making Money Decisions

This module, developed with the Ontario Ministry of Education, aligns with the JA More Than Money program. This can be accessed by teachers or individual students. The program is recommended for grades 4 and 5.

 

Bite-Sized Modules

Short interactive educational modules focused on various money concepts. These can be completed in any order and independently or used in the classroom as group learning. These programs are recommended for grades 4 through 8.

Building a Business For Your Community

This module, developed with the Ontario Ministry of Education, aligns with the JA Our Business World program. This can be accessed by teachers or individual students. The program is recommended for grades 5 and 6.

Bizcraft

A simulated game where each business decision affects the outcome for the corporations. This program is recommended for grades 5 through 8.

Financial Flexibility

This module, developed with the Ontario Ministry of Education, aligns with the JA Dollars with Sense program. This can be accessed by teachers or individual students. The program is recommended for grades 7 and 8.

Teen Room Upgrade

This module, developed with the Ontario Ministry of Education, aligns with the JA Economics for Success program. This can be accessed by teachers or individual students. The program is recommended for grades 7 and 8.

Keep Your Balance

A simulated budget experience aligned with the JA Economics for Success program. This program is recommended for grades 7 through 12.

Stories of Success

This webinar series aims to enhance resilience, build transferable skills, and support the success of students. The Success Skills webinar series helps to explain resilience and identify critical skills to enhance one’s ability to be successful. These programs are recommended for grades 8 through 12.

Transferable Skills

This webinar series aims to enhance resilience, build transferable skills, and support the success of students. The Success Skills webinar series helps to explain resilience and identify critical skills to enhance one’s ability to be successful. These programs are recommended for grades 8 through 12.

Resilience

This webinar series aims to enhance resilience, build transferable skills, and support the success of students. The Success Skills webinar series helps to explain resilience and identify critical skills to enhance one’s ability to be successful. These programs are recommended for grades 8 through 12.

What Are The Different Post-Secondary Pathways?

Learn about university, college and apprenticeship training and feel empowered to choose a learning path that is right for you. This program is recommended for grades 8 through 12.

How Much Does Post-Secondary Cost?

Learn about tuition costs, fees and financial aid options. Discover helpful saving tools to prepare you for your post-secondary expenses. This program is recommended for grades 8 through 12.

How Can I Budget For Post-Secondary?

Gain insights into budgeting and saving strategies with practical scenarios and key take-aways that will help set you on a financially secure path to post-secondary success. This program is recommended for grades 8 through 12.

Career Exploration Centre


A centre where youth can access resources to learn more about career pathways and opportunities in various sectors. This program is recommended for grades 8 through 12.

How Do I Pay For Things?

Learn about the different methods of payment and how to make informed decisions when choosing a payment method. This program is recommended for grades 9 through 12.

How Can I Have Money For The Things I Need?

Explore the difference between needs and wants and how you can have money for the things you need while saving for the things you want. This program is recommended for grades 9 through 12.

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