21st CENTURY MONEY MANAGEMENT is a 5-DVD set that contains the following titles: Checking Accounts, Saving, Credit Cards, Loans, and Financial Planning. Young people learn the basics of online banking and gain important knowledge and skill in how to manage money successfully.
BUYING THE BASICS is a series of three DVDs titled 1) Apartments, 2) Food and Clothing, and 3) Cars. The DVDs are designed to prepare students to get started on their own in the real world by giving them the information they need.
CAN I MAKE IT ON MY OWN is a DVD about handling the financial and social obligations of leaving home. Challenges include finding a place to live, living with a roommate, paying bills, controlling credit card debt and much more. Reproducible classroom activities are included.
DOLLARS AND SENSE. This set of CDs presents a multi-disciplinary approach that is suitable for consumer, personal finance, business, economics and math classrooms. Titles are Banking, Budgeting, Cars, Clothing, Credit, Food, Housing, Insurance, Saving and Investing, and Taxes. A Teacher Resources CD provides lesson plans, a simulation and tests.
EXPLORING THE WORLD OF WORK contains over 300 pages of self-contained, reproducible activity units on a CD in PDF format. It is designed to help teachers help students learn how to succeed at work. The CD includes 10 titles that can also be purchased individually.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS provides two DVDs designed to help students improve their job interview skills as they focus on first impressions. From the perspective of the employer, students watch short interviews to determine who they would hire as a part-time clerk in a video store. They learn the "do's" and "don'ts" of interviewing and the importance ...
LIVING IN THE REAL WORLD is a collection of more than 400 pages of self-contained, reproducible activities on a CD in PDF format that can help teachers help their students learn to live successfully in the real world. The CD includes 11 titles that can also be purchased separately.
ON YOUR OWN COAST-TO-COAST is a real-life simulation that challenges students to face the decisions of living on their own over a 3-month period. Students choose between 12 different city locations and 8 different income levels. The 12 financial categories in the software include apartments, banking, bills, entertainment, gasoline, groceries, ...
WHO WOULD YOU HIRE? is designed for students who want to improve their job interview skills. Students watch 6 short interviews and discuss what was done correctly/incorrectly during the interview. They also decide who they would hire.