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FDIC: Tools for Teaching Personal Finance

When:
October 9, 2015
1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. (Eastern)

Location:
Online Live Meeting

Join the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for this webinar that introduces free tools and activities for teaching about money in the classroom to children from Pre-K to Grade 12.  Learn about the Money Smart for Young People curriculum series and how it can help you to teach about finances. This new curriculum series offers you up-to-date, age-appropriate materials and activities that are aligned with educational standards. The materials also offer ideas about how to incorporate financial education instruction into subjects such as English language arts, Mathematics and Social Studies.

Money Smart for Young People also features guides for parents and caregivers to extend the learning beyond the classroom.  These resources summarize key concepts and offer exercises, activities, and conversation-starters.  This free session will explain the key features of these tools and offer some ideas about how to use them. Teachers, administrators, and others who provide educational programming to young people can benefit from this session.

Register for this event now. Registration closes October 7, 2015.

After you register:

Please review the instructions on how to access the Live Meeting; Check your system to ensure it is equipped to use Office Live Meeting.  If you still cannot enter the meeting, please contact your Internet Provider.

Access Money Smart for Young People and related financial education resources.

We look forward to your participation!

If you have questions about the Live Meeting, please send an e-mail to Communityaffairs@fdic.gov.



Last Updated 09/08/2015

communityaffairs@fdic.gov

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