MONEY SMART FOR ADULTS is an instructor-led curriculum consisting of eleven training modules covering basic financial topics, such as services offered by financial institutions, how to use a checking account, spending and saving plans, how to obtain and use credit, and the basics of repairing credit.
LOOT, INC. is a set of personal finance case studies designed to compel students to experience and grapple with urgent, real-world financial problems. To guide teachers through the process, each case study includes a Quick Start Guide and a Dilemma Map. As with real-world problems, the cases require students to consider multiple points of view...
MY LIFE MY CHOICES™ is an online game and simulation of financial choices and consequences. It provides a safe environment for students to get a deep understanding of how their personal priorities can affect their money. Approximate Time Required: 25-45 minutes.
Alternatives And Consequences, Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Bill Payment, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Current And Future Insurance Needs, Earning, Education, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Plan, Financial Responsibility, Giving, Goals, Health Insurance, Housing, Individual Responsibility, Insurance, Life Skills, Lifestyle, Money Behavior, Money Management, Purchase Decisions, Renter Insurance, Risk Management, Saving, Spending, Spending Plan, Take-Home Pay, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
THE TRUTH ABOUT CREDIT is designed to teach youth how to use credit wisely and avoid pitfalls. Objectives include understanding the differences between credit and debit cards, fees and costs, recognizing how the brain plays tricks and influences spending, and details of credit reports and scores. Activities include a note-taker guide, writing p...
CREATING A ZERO-BALANCE BUDGET PLAN is an online course designedto equip individuals with MS and other disabilities with the tools needed to have control over their spending, and to adjust spending habits to meet decreases in earnings and/or increases in disability-related items and services.
Single-Topic Curricula, Lessons
Disabilities, Disability, Disability Insurance, Money Management, Need For Financial Education
BRUSH UP ON BUDGETING teaches students to actively consider their spending habits and to differentiate between needs and wants. It also encourages them to save money and track income and expenses through the use of a budget. Educator resources include multiple worksheets, group discussion lesson plans, and a budgeting example sheet.
THE 21st CENTURY STUDENT'S GUIDE TO FINANCIAL LITERACY -- GETTING PERSONAL is a comprehensive curriculum with 18 lessons on personal finance, including employment and income, employee benefits, education’s link to income, wealth vs. income, saving, budgeting, credit, insurance, and more. Lessons include vocabulary e-flashcards, classroom slides,...
Automobile Insurance, Banking, Bankruptcy, Bill Paying Method, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Business And Profit, Careers, Cash Flow, Communication About Money, Compound Interest, Credit Problems, Credit Report, Creditworthiness, Debt Management, Disability Insurance, Diversification, Dividends, Earnings, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Financial Goals, Fraud, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Tax, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Insurance, Interest, Interest On Loans, Investments, Leasing, Life And Health Insurance, Lifestyle, Loans, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Management, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, Need For Financial Education, Net Worth, Online Banking Services, Payday Loans, Profit, Property Insurance, Rate Of Return, Real Estate, Renter Insurance, Retirement Fund, Risk, Risk Management, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Social Security, Stocks, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Talents And Interests, Taxes, Taxes On Investments, Time Value Of Money, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
STUDENT LOANS: HANDLE WITH CARE teaches ways to afford higher education, precautions to take when borrowing & ways to reduce costs. It includes the differences between scholarships, grants and loans & private and public loans. Additional activities: a note-taker guide, student loan case studies, goals planning, & career path research projects.