Barclays: Lesson 3 Safe and Sensible Spending
In this lesson, students will make simple choices based on value for money when purchasing, recognise the need for planning for the future, saving money, how to keep money safe, be aware of scams, fraud and ways to protect themselves.
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By the end of the activity pupils will be able to: • Make simple choices based on value for money when purchasing • Recognise the need for planning for the future and saving money • Understand how to keep money safe • Become aware of scams and fraud and know some ways to protect themselves from it
Excellent One-to-One Maths Tutor (KS3 and KS4) “I want nothing more than to be ‘better’ and not be judged like I’m a deadbeat for not being what I once was.” — Elizabeth Keene Alton. My teaching embodies the need for metacognition strategies to improve pupils learning abilities. Ultimately it's what gets remembered that eventually gets used. With the various teaching and learning strategies, I strive to help my pupils with the best-suited style to get achieving set goals. This will be assessable, accessible and reviewed over time. I taught maths secondary (KS3 and KS4/ High School/Secondary School) in a school in Portsmouth, a mixed ability class of 30 pupils on a 90mins/class full-week timetable. Classes had to be differentiated and accelerated while using assessment for learning techniques, teaching and meta-cognitions strategies to help varying ability learners (Mastery to SEN). I also work with interventions to help pupils achieve GCSE levels required up to 9. I try to create an engaging learning environment for my learners which is a proven strong motivator for positive learning. Background/Experience: Feb, 2020 - date One-to-One ONLINE PRIVATE TUTOR (Math- KS3 & KS4): • Conduct individual math tutoring program for students using comprehensive lesson plans, exams and final projects to showcase grasp of material. • Tutor three students per week in private sessions by providing detailed lesson plans, assessing students’ progress, differentiation, SEN, EFL and communicating with teachers, students and parents about outcomes. • Develop student confidence though attentive instruction in reflection areas, applying positive reinforcement strategies and review to help students master challenging material. • Make lessons interesting and engaging using art and visual aids to bolster learning. • Evaluate and revise lesson plans and course content to facilitate and moderate classroom discussions and student-centred learning. • Network with other educators to promote awareness of advanced teaching practices and development of 21st Century skills – (STEM member). Sep 2019 – Oct 2019 Maths Teacher (KS3/KS4) – Trafalgar School Portsmouth Key Achievements and Responsibilities: • Held full responsibility for the educational development of a diverse range of 30 students, pro-actively implementing all areas of the curriculum and organising the classroom and learning resources • Successfully planned and prepared appropriate lessons and suitable teaching materials; meeting/liaising with parents; participating in, and contributing to staff meetings • Utilised a range of learning methodologies, incorporating audio, visual and kinaesthetic elements to ensure the learning needs are met for all students • Coordinated and liaised extensively with parents and family members, addressing any concerns and maintaining productive relationships based on trust and respect with a focus to facilitate the educational development of young students Background and Education: - Banker - Consulting - EdTech-Finance to K3&K4 ✨Creative and individualistic. An Intuitive 👩💻Tech evangelist and a multipotentialite. 🔥Thrive on intellectual stimulation and challenge (when I am solving problems). I am confident without needing to be in the spotlight. I am an advocate, visionary and maverick combined (creative, team-layer, empathic, concrete, pragmatic and methodical). 👩💻Bridge between Tech and Finance, Educator. 📈Growth mindset. Member: Women in IT 🔥My Philisophy Driven by compassion, empathy, positivity, possibilities and hope in a world full of otherwise. 👏The chapter of my life dictates there is to be given to, there is to learn, there is to do, there is much more. 🪴Give Back Collaborative culture, team-focused, purposeful opportunities. 💪Background - Financial Management and Accounting - Versatile Banker -Performance management (Human Capital Mngt partner), Financial Control, Information Technology, Business Development and Customer Service 🥰Hobbies - Music - singing, playing musical instruments and composing - Design and interior (insta @marveltysuc) - Event planning - Technology (blog insta @qasic)
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
97 total reviews
266 completed classes
“I want nothing more than to be ‘better’ and not be judged like I’m a deadbeat for not being what I once was.” — Elizabeth Keene Alton. I function effectively as a process guide for helping children navigate finance related topics. I use...