Monthly archives: October, 2016

60 Seconds

Though the statistics are staggering I have begun to think about the world my students are growing up in. The graphic above shares what people do online in 60 seconds! 60 seconds is the time it takes to microwave food, the amount of time my Mia face brush runs for, or could be the amount …

Needed – Credit For Life Fair Speakers

Todd Ostrowski and Ludlow High School are looking for speakers for their Credit For Life Fair being held on November 22nd. This is the second year that Ludlow has provided this valuable learning experience for their students. Please contact the Ludlow Credit for Life Fair direct at this email address: lhs_creditforlife@ludlowps.org

Sharing My First Day Classroom Scavenger Hunt!

It was a teacher workday at school this afternoon and I thought it would be a good time to try to come up with something new for my classroom. So, I decided to create a classroom scavenger hunt that I will hand to students as they walk in the door Thursday. I’ll admit, I am …

“Is Accounting for Me?” High School Accounting Conferences

From the Massachusetts Society of CPAs: “Is Accounting for Me? From College to Career” fall conferences will take place on November 4 at Babson College and November 18 at Suffolk University. The event includes: Interactive activities; Interactive activities;Panel discussions with accounting professionals and college students; Panel discussions with accounting professionals and college students; A networking …

Webinar: “Managing Credit”

Credit reports, credit scores, debt management — not exactly thrilling topics for teenagers. BUT, as always, NGPF has some outstanding activities and case studies to share that we think will engage your students in meaningful, real-world work. Once they see how delinquent payments can ruin their FICO score and increase interest rates on that new …

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