Sign Up for Our Free Webinar To Be Held On August 25, 2015:
Teach Investing Through Student-Centered Projects and Activities
Educators tell us that investing is their most difficult unit to teach and yet we know in this 401(k) world, investing knowledge is as critical as ever.
Join this webinar to see which existing NGPF investing projects and activities are right for your students before you start creating your own. From the parable of the $8 million janitor to the value of investing that $4 latter, you will learn about projects to engage and challenge your students.
NGPF has started a weekly podcast show and looking for educators to share their expertise in a 15-20 minute interview format. Please reach out to me, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you want to share your wisdom with the thousands of teachers in our community. Our areas of focus over the next month include:
Project-based learning with examples
Innovative use of technology
Incorporating field trips into your curriculum
Other unique approaches to teaching personal finance
Chart of the Month: Household Credit Card Debt
Be sure to check out this NGPF Blog postfor discussion points that accompany this chart.
Next Gen Personal Finance actively supports the financial literacy community through workshops, conference sponsorships and volunteer teaching. We are based in the San Francisco Bay Area but travel constantly so e-mail me at email@example.com, if you are interested in discussing a speaking or sponsorship opportunity.
October 7, 2015: Council for Economic Education (St. Petersburg, FL)