MoneyTeach is a free financial education resource for teachers

December 7, 2017 at 5:17 pm

MoneyTeach is a resource center where K-12 educators can search and select from a variety of personal finance lesson plans, course guides and other financial education materials. Educators new to teaching personal finance can jump start their lesson planning by learning from experienced peers who share their insights and best practices in regards to specific lessons and activities.

What’s Available

  • Lesson Plans: There is collection of lesson plans that can be searched for by content topic, arranged by Jump$tart standards. Additional search options include grade level, duration of instruction, material type or keyword search to select personal finance lessons or activities offered by leading curricula providers.
  • Course Guides: MoneyTeach has put together course guides with suggested instruction materials for those looking to teach courses of various lengths. The present guides have been made for courses taught for a week, two weeks, a quarter or semester.
  • In-the-Know: This section of the MoneyTeach website contains articles from prominent educators and professionals active in the field of personal finance and financial education.
  • Sharing Opportunities: Each lesson plan page offers educators to “Share Your Experience” after teaching a lesson. This gives teachers a chance to share guidance, tips and ideas for what worked or didn’t work about the lesson in classrooms of various sizes.

To learn more, visit MoneyTeach.org.

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