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  • YOUR POTENTIAL IS HUGE school-to-work video focuses on career decision making and maintaining a positive attitude. The video compares lifetime earning potential of low-skill vs. high-skill jobs. Using the Rule of 72, the video shows how money earns money when a person saves and invests regularly over long periods of time.
    • $29.00
    • Audio/Video, Teaching Guide
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Financial Decision Making, Financial Responsibility, Goals, Income, Opportunity Cost, Rule Of 72, Time Value Of Money
  • MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL FINANCES is a textbook that informs high school students of the financial responsibilities of their various roles in society. It provides opportunities for students to increase their self-awareness in a highly technical and competitive society. Students discover new ways to maximize their earning potential, manage their ...
    • $78.25
    • Book/E-Book, Teaching Guide , Textbook
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Credit, Credit Cards, Debt, Earning, Financial Decision Making, Financial Planning, Financial Records, Financial Responsibility, Goals, Income Sources, Investment Strategies, Taxes, Wants And Needs
  • PLANNING YOUR PERSONAL FINANCES is the first of six videos in the DOLLARS AND SENSE high school series. This video introduces students to basic economic principles and the importance of career development, money management, and taxes in developing a personal finance plan.
    • $49.95
    • Audio/Video
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Budget, Economics, Financial Responsibility, Income, Opportunity Cost, Taxes
  • CONTROLLING YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE is the sixth video in the DOLLARS AND SENSE high school series. In this video students learn about retirement planning and commitment to personal financial goals, as well as how to avoid business and consumer fraud.
    • $49.95
    • Audio/Video
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Consumer Protection Laws, Financial Decision Making, Fraud, Retirement Planning, Rights And Responsibilities
  • MATHEMATICS & ECONOMICS: CONNECTIONS FOR LIFE contains fifteen lessons designed for teaching 9-12th-grade students show how math can be applied to the study of economics and personal finance.
    • $29.95
    • Lesson/Lesson Plan (One Lesson), Teaching Guide
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Buying Goods And Services, Compound Interest, Credit Costs, Economics, Financial Decision Making, Opportunity Cost, Taxes, Time Value Of Money
  • FINANCIAL LITERACY FOR TEENS Student Book and Teaching Guide proposes to change the way students think about money. The authors suggest that before we inundate young people with graphs, charts and complicated formulas we need to provide the tools to help them make money, manage it, multiply it and protect it. Addresses several of the national Ju...
    • $11.00
    • Audio/Video
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Compound Interest, Credit Report, Financial Decision Making, Financial Information, Financial Records, Financial Responsibility, Identity Theft, Inflation, Insurance, Money Behavior, Rule Of 72
  • INVESTING IN YOUR FUTURE is a textbook that teaches students a step-by-step method of approaching smart saving and investing. Topics range from certificates of deposit to mutual funds and stocks. Students learn how to analyze the value of stocks and appreciate the importance of investing for the future. Instructor Companion Site available.
    • $42.50
    • Teaching Guide , Textbook
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Annuities, Bonds, Compound Interest, Diversification, Dividends, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earnings, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Interest, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Markets, Stock And Bond, Mutual Funds, Rate Of Return, Saving, Savings Account, Stock Markets, Stocks, Taxes On Investments
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF INSURANCE is a textbook that combines solid content and hands-on activities to give students a full understanding of insurance. Information about careers in insurance is integrated throughout the text. Students learn about risk management, property and auto insurance, health coverage, claims procedures, and how annuities work a...
    • $70.24
    • Teaching Guide , Textbook
    • 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Automobile Insurance, Disability Insurance, Government Insurance Programs, Health Insurance, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Liability Insurance, Life Insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance, Property Insurance, Renter Insurance, Risk Management
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