Register by Oct. 16 for Financial Literacy Fair for Iowa Educators

October 16, 2015 at 11:35 am

classroom-smGet financial literacy tools and resources you can use in your classroom! Sign up now to attend a day-long, financial literacy professional development program at Iowa Western Community College in Atlantic on Oct. 20.

Each session will include classroom content and will offer helpful tools and resources. Resources will include lesson plans, whiteboard applications, videos, and more. All resources meet the Iowa Core Curriculum 21st Century Skills standards.

There is no charge for the program, but registration is required by Friday, Oct. 16. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to patty.fleming@tsinstitute.org.

Presenters include Kevin Shields, Community Affairs Specialist at the FDIC, Dr. Cindy Fletcher, Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Iowa State University, Bob Mantell and Kyle Osborne of TS Institute, and Joanne Kuster, president of DynaMinds Publishing and chairperson of Iowa Money Smart Week.

Event Details:
October 20, 2015 | 8:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
705 WALNUT ST. | ATLANTIC, IA 50022
Agenda: http://www.tsinstitute.org/professional-development/

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