Does the thought of the stock market terrify you? Do you feel like terms like ETF, mutual funds and dividends feel like a foreign language? Are you worried that you have missed the boat saving for retirement and feel it’s too late to start? Do you feel like you need more help in this area yourself if you are going to confidently communicate it to your students? Then this asynchronous course offered in Google Classroom is perfect for you. Attending teachers will receive a certificate for 5 hours of professional development. After registering please watch for details to be sent via email on how to join. This course is open from October 1 through October 31. This is a republished version of Investing 101; teachers who previously completed this PD are ineligible to attend.
This workshop is designed for elementary teachers who are looking for strategies to incorporate the new social studies standards, specifically the economics and personal finance strands, into math and reading. Teachers will have an opportunity to explore multiple resources with hundreds of lessons that look at econ and personal finance through the lens of math and children’s literature. The session will be presented via Zoom and will be very interactive. Please come prepared to participate and have fun. Also, there will be a lunch Q&A panel with finance industry professionals. Please consider being prepared with a question or two. There is no cost to attend but space is limited.
This workshop is designed for high school social studies and CTE teachers serving in Title 1 schools or schools where greater than 50% of the student population qualifies for free/reduced-cost meals, who need tips for integrating accounting principles and personal finance. Teachers will have an opportunity to explore strategies that teach basic accounting skills that can be applied in a professional or personal setting. Additionally, NCCEE will highlight a resource that can be shared with students that outlines the jobs outlook for NC by region including demand, salary expectation, and level of education required. Last, you will learn about a program from Appalachian State University that provides scholarships for first-generation students that guarantees job placement upon graduation. This session is all about a secure future for your students. The session will be presented via Zoom and will be very interactive. Please come prepared to participate and have fun. There is no cost to attend but space is limited.
Insurance 101 is an asynchronous course offered in Google Classroom. The course will open on November 1 and close on November 30. Insurance 101 includes Q&A videos with industry experts to build content knowledge and provide the confidence you need to teach insurance. Complete Insurance 101 for 5 hours of PD or pair with Investing 101 to earn 10 hours equivalent to 1 CEU. Materials will be made available from November 1 through November 30. This is a republished version of Insurance 101; teachers who previously completed this PD are ineligible to attend.
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