Course content: Students will learn how to Budget, Save, and Spend. Course Learning Outcomes: Financial literacy, Financial planning, and Financial well-being. Week 1: How to be Financially Responsible. Learn the fundamentals of budgeting using online auxiliary aids and practice worksheets from the third-party tools (Practicalmoneyskills.com, Nearpod, Kahoot, and YouTube). Please see the requirements for the tools under "Learn Supply List" for more details. Week 2: Budget. Learn how to...
Students will learn fundamental financial literacy concepts pertaining to budgeting, saving, and spending.
Teacher Expertise: Small business development certificate of completion. Over the course of 10 years or so, I've taken in person and online financial planning webinars from local and state organizations/corporations, specific to personal wealth management and small business financial development.
No homework will be assigned as most of the work will be conducted during class. However, if the learner feels inclined to do so, review of the material learned that week is optional.
The following links will be used from practicalmoneyskills.com for students to complete for each content area (budget, savings, and spending) each week. It is recommended the student download the worksheet prior to class, but not required. The instructor will also provide the worksheets via the chat feature and/or screen share option via Zoom. Money Lingo. Introductory Saving/Budgeting/Spending Concepts: https://practicalmoneyskills.com/assets/pdfs/lessons/lev9-12/SA_Lesson1.pdf Budgeting: https://practicalmoneyskills.com/assets/pdfs/lessons/lev9-12/SA_Lesson9.pdf Spending: https://practicalmoneyskills.com/assets/pdfs/lessons/lev9-12/SA_Lesson11.pdf
Using third-party sources (Practicalmoneyskills.com, Nearpod, and Kahoot), informal assessments will take the form of electronic copies of practice worksheets, informal quizzes, open-ended question, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank methods to apply the concepts learned in this course.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The instructor will use the screen-share option and chat feature via Zoom for students to access links, worksheets, and other online auxiliary aids. The student will need to obtain an account to use Kahoot only. However, if the student is unable to create a Kahoot account, the instructor will use the screen-share option via Zoom. Nearpod, Practicalmoneyskills, and YouTube will be provided by the instructor using the screen-share option via Zoom.
We will refer to Nearpod, Kahoot, YouTube, and Practicemoneyskills.com. The student will need to obtain an account to use Kahoot only. However, if the student is unable to create a Kahoot account, the instructor will use the screen-share option via Zoom. There is no account needed to use Practicemoneyskills.com, Nearpod, and YouTube.
Meet the teacher
1) I have experience tutoring and teaching K-12th grade English/Language arts, and Mathematics (up to Algebra I); Language courses: Introduction to American Sign Language, Beginner Spanish, Musicianship (basic music theory and vocal performance),...