Life Skills

You Want to Become a Preteen Millionaire... Invest in Your Financial Education!

This 2-week camp focuses on 10 essentials for building a “financial education?” It’s about learning to Think Well and make important financial decisions. It’s for students who want to start NOW on a path for success financially.
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Class

50 minutes

per class

Once per week

over 10 weeks

8-12

year olds

2-12

learners per class

per learner - per class

How does aMulti-Daycourse work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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Description

Class Experience

Class Goals
1.	Build your Financial IQ through exposure to the Top 10 Financial Topic Categories.
2.	Decide on Your Top 3 Financial Interest Areas (from the 10 we will cover).
3.	Exposure to 4 significant financial education books. Maybe you want to read them?
4.	Identify where your interests go financially?
5.	Do you have a dream or vision for your future financially? Are you dreaming big enough?
6.	Find peers to help pursue big dreams.
7.	Find mentors to teach and inspire you to grow.
8.	Be encouraged about a path ahead for financial success.
9.	Discover the kind of character you want to be part of your financial future.
10.	Practice financial life decisions (Cashflow game) and build great critical thinking / decision skills.
There will be an average of 1 hour of homework for class. This will focus on the student Project and Presentation and playing the Cashflow game which I’ll use for teaching practical financial decision making.

The Student Projects are often mentioned to be the favorite part of my classes. It's lots of fun and students learn a lot from each other's presentations - and it sets the bar high. I must mention that I wasn't sure if this was going to be too much for classes, but I've really been amazed that young students often do the best presentations.

Project Guidelines
1.	Pick 5 of the Student Project choices I’ve listed below.
2.	Use either PowerPoint or Google Slides. 
3.	Be sure to include all the details listed in separate slides.
4.	Include a written summary on each slide.
5.	Include pictures with each slide to make the presentation interesting. 
6.	You will share your screen and verbally walk through your presentation in class.
7.	I’m looking that you understand what I’ve taught in class and incorporate your ideas in examples.

Student Class Project
1.	1 Critical Thinking Steps example – Case Study.
2.	Pick one of the 3 Books covered in class, the 3 Lessons, with a unique (brief) Case Study example.
3.	Leadership – 3-character values and why these are personally important for you and a business example that includes an example of good leadership.
4.	Stocks vs Bitcoin Investment, which and why?
5.	Summarize your Real Estate Investing plan. What’s your property goal. What steps will you take to reach the goal?
6.	Marketing examples of a business name, logo, and slogan.
7.	Write a brief PR article for a business
8.	Create a digital ad for a product that would attract a buyer to click and sign up.
9.	Pick a killer website example and summarize the 10 best practice elements.
10.	Provide a “homerun” Social ad you have found and list 8 best practices and why it’s great.
 2 files available upon enrollment
Books (Suggested Reading) & Game 1. Rich Dad, Poor Dad for Teens, Robert Kiyosaki (Financial Ed/Critical Thinking) 2. Millionaire Next Door, Thomas Stanley (Investing) 3. Never Too Young, Eileen Weintraub (Leadership) 4. Make Your Bed, Admiral William McRaven (Character) 5. I’ll also utilize an online game called Cashflow that simulates common financial decision-making and integrates both personal as well as critical thinking (decision making) for business. Please register online at RichDad.com to play the game for free.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
Books (Suggested Reading) & Game
1.	Rich Dad, Poor Dad for Teens, Robert Kiyosaki (Financial Ed/Critical Thinking)
2.	Millionaire Next Door, Thomas Stanley (Investing)
3.	Never Too Young, Eileen Weintraub (Leadership)
4.	Make Your Bed, Admiral William McRaven (Character)
5.	I’ll also utilize an online game called Cashflow that simulates common financial decision-making and integrates both personal as well as critical thinking (decision making) for business.

Teacher

Mike Hatcher
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
I'm passionate about teaching and instilling the "love of learning!"
332 total reviews
513 completed classes

About Me

I've been teaching here on Outschool for a year (May 2020) now. It has been my pleasure to teach more than 1100 students here this last year. I find that a dialog with parents is very helpful for encouraging success for students.

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