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Financial literacy in the classroom

Discussion in 'US – Staffroom' started by CashCrunch, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. CashCrunch

    CashCrunch New commenter

    Just wondering how many of you are teaching finlit and to what age groups?
     
  2. moore_sharence

    moore_sharence New commenter

    Hi there,

    So, recently I taught a mini (35 minutes) lesson on financial literacy my 7th graders which are about 12-13-year-olds. The lesson was an introduction to assets, liabilities, income, and expenses. I'm located in Texas and in our 7th-grade math classes students have already learned assets and liabilities. However, the lesson was an introduction to how the four terms work together. Although I'm certified in middle school math, I teach AVID. If you have any tips please share. I'd love to send you the lesson I did.
     

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