Hands on Banking®
  • Free
  • 5 Favorites

HANDS ON BANKING is a free online curriculum that includes lesson plans, instructor guides, student courses, activities, lessons, and quizzes. It is designed to help educators guide students through real-life scenarios and group discussions on topics such as understanding needs and wants, budgeting, setting goals, savings and checking accounts, and credit.

Provider
Wells Fargo Foundation
Author
None
Price
Free
Published / Released Year
2013
Format and Delivery
Online Use/Online Learning
Resource Type
Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
Target Audience
College/Postsecondary, Adult
Languages
English, Spanish
Jump$tart Standards
Yes

No Comments Found

8 Reviews
(4.50)
  • Review made at 04:36pm on November 2nd, 2019 by marybeth.bailey@ymail.com
    This is a great resource to use in the classroom! I wish all online resources were this great!
  • Review made at 04:36pm on November 2nd, 2019 by marybeth.bailey@ymail.com
    This is a great resource to use in the classroom! I wish all online resources were this great!
  • Review made at 02:24pm on November 4th, 2018 by ramske@hughes.net
  • Review made at 02:23pm on November 4th, 2018 by ramske@hughes.net
  • Review made at 02:18pm on November 4th, 2018 by croy@rmges.org
    I have reciewed the program, but have not done this with my class yet.
  • Review made at 02:17pm on November 4th, 2018 by croy@rmges.org
    I have reciewed the program, but have not done this with my class yet.
  • Review made at 02:08pm on November 4th, 2018 by jhooper2@ebrschools.org
  • Review made at 11:29am on June 6th, 2018 by Khuyen.Tran@jumpstart.org
    I find this website is the quick and efficient way for the learners to gain practical knowledge. The activities are the effective way to help learners figure out how to apply these knowledge into their life to improve their financial situation. I believe any learner regardless of their level can benefit from this website. I highly recommend this website particularly for whom wants to get into the habit of saving or investing money but does not know how to start.