TEACHING MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS is a two-page guide that helps educators measure student knowledge and select the appropriate Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) building blocks to develop their skills.
TEACHING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS is a two-page guide that helps educators select which Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) building block to use with their students. It is designed to help teachers assess their students and determine how to develop financial literacy skills.
THE CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU (CFPB) PERSONAL FINANCE TEACHING TOOL is a guide to help educators identify teaching techniques and learning strategies to address the three building blocks for developing lifelong financial decision-making skills.
Guides For Teachers
Early Elementary, Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School, College/Postsecondary, Adult
Allowance, Alternatives And Consequences, Banking, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, Communication About Money, Comparison Shopping, Credit, Currency, Debt, Earning, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Entrepreneur, Expenses, Financial Communication, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Giving, Goals, Income, Individual Responsibility, Information Sources, Money Behavior, Money Management, Money Math, Need For Financial Education, Opportunity Cost, Purchase Decisions, Retirement Planning, Saving, Spending, Spending Plan, Wants And Needs
MONEY MONSTERS BOOK SERIES contain stories to introduce children to ideas, habits, and activities as they grow up and start to manage their own money. The Money Monsters are a group of creatures who are new to our universe and need to learn about many important things like school, friendship, and financial literacy.
Borrowing, Careers, Children And Money, Giving, Saving, Spending
FINANCIAL INTUITION PODCAST focuses on a variety of topics pertaining to saving and paying for higher education, managing money, and repaying student loan debt. Through interviews with financial practitioners, students and recent graduates, family members and young adults, tips and strategies are shared about ways to successfully manage money a...
High School, College/Postsecondary, Adult
Borrowing, College Costs, Credit, Debt, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals
MONEY AS YOU GROW BOOKSHELF is a family financial education program that uses childrens books to help families learn key money concepts through reading, play, and quiet one-on-one talks. The book lists and discussion guides are designed to help people start talking about money.
Guides For Parents
Early Elementary, Elementary Grades
Allowance, Banking, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Children And Money, Coins, Communication About Money, Comparison Shopping, Credit, Currency, Debt, Earning, Education, Emergency Fund, Ethical Behavior, Ethical Decisions, Expenses, Financial Advisors, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Giving, Goals, Income, Interest, Money Behavior, Opportunity Cost, Saving, Wants And Needs
YOUR FINANCIAL PATH TO GRADUATION is an interactive web tool designed to help students understand their financial aid offers and whether the school theyve been accepted to is a good financial fit. School staff can keep track of students plans as they evolve, without the need to buy any new software or store students personal data.
Tools, Toolkits, Apps, Simulations
High School, College/Postsecondary
Borrowing, Budget, Careers, College Costs, Debt, Financial Advisors, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Goals, Interest On Loans, Loans, Money Management, Spending, Wages And Salary