Category «Curriculum»

Updated Digital Literacy Curriculum from CommonSense Education

CommonSense Education recently announced that their FREE K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum would be updated for the 2018-2019 school year with: Revised and expanded topics Revised Scope & Sequence Lesson slides New and improved lesson plans New student activities, videos, classroom posters, and more Flexible documents and Add to Google Drive option For more information, please …

Financial Literacy Curriculum Pilot Opportunity With UChicago!

From our friends at UChicago: The University of Chicago is looking for high school teachers to pilot a comprehensive new financial education curriculum. The curriculum is uniquely designed to develop behaviors that lead to financial well-being. Sign-up to learn more https://goo.gl/NxAwj4 or email financialeducation@uchicago.edu

Help FDIC Enhance Its Money Smart for Young People Curriculum

From our friends at the FDIC: The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) seeks your help in finding Pre-K to 12 educators who are willing to provide feedback on its Money Smart for Young People (MSYP) financial education curriculum. Please pass information about this opportunity on to any schools or educators that are interested in financial …

H&R Block Budget Challenge – Register a Class Now!

Bring an interactive game with hands-on learning and real life practice to your classroom. A 10-week, patented, and award-winning, online personal finance simulation played in a competition format. Students learn to pay bills, manage their credit and save money for retirement. For more information or to REGISTER, please visit the BUDGET CHALLENGE WEBSITE.

Free Financial Lesson Packages from CentSai

From our friends at CentSai: Download These Free Financial Lesson Packages

MassCommonCents

The Massachusetts Bankers Association in partnership with Bank of America, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, Haverhill Bank, The SavingThe Massachusetts Bankers Association in partnership with Bank of America, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, Haverhill Bank, The Savings Bank and The SUM Surcharge-Free ATM Program have produced this entertaining program to introduce and re-emphasize …

Economics of Sports

From our friends at Econedlink: Economics of Sports Baseball season is right around the corner. Using real-world examples from the world of professional sports can teach students about economic concepts – including supply and demand, incentives and comparative advantage – in a way that abstract models cannot. Check out our collection of free lessons that will give you …

NextGenPF: Financial Literacy Month PLC

From our friends at NextGenPF: Financial Literacy Month is the perfect time to join an NGPF Professional Learning Community. Need a ringing endorsement? “I have really enjoyed participating in the PLC sessions! I love to have multiple perspectives on how I teach and the lessons I have in my class. The collaboration with other Personal …

Plan ahead for Financial Literacy Month!

The Council for Economic Education has put together a fantastic month’s worth of great resources for Financial Literacy Month! Plan ahead to fit in as much as you can. link to calendar  

Financial Resources from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Financial Literacy Update – January/February 2017 The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)’s Financial Literacy Update is a bimonthly e-newsletter that reports financial literacy events, new initiatives, and related resources of the OCC and other government agencies and organizations. Financial Literacy Update provides brief descriptions and web links for events in chronological order. …

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