In this complex and increasingly globalized world, financial literacy requires knowledge about global commerce, business, entrepreneurship, and innovation. With The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Going Global, your students will become proficient in “big picture” financial literacy topics including the evolution of money, the rise of capitalism, currency, venture capital, startups, intellectual property, securities and stock markets, wealth disparity, and global free trade agreements. They will understand the roles of such powerful institutions as the SEC, USPTO, Federal Reserve Bank, IMF, World Bank, World Trade Organization, G7, G20, and Eurozone. They will build an extensive vocabulary of over 200 key terms and concepts, gaining context for what they will learn in high school and college and insight into world events. In stock.
What your students don’t know about money will hurt them. The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Getting Personal has 18 fun and highly relevant lessons in all aspects of personal finance and money management, including employment and income, the tools of wealth-building, banking, saving, budgeting, the credit conundrum, taxes and withholding, employee benefits, insurance, home ownership, retirement, preserving and protecting wealth, and much more. Students build an extensive vocabulary of over 250 key terms and concepts. Worksheets, practice activities, assessments, classroom slides, vocabulary flashcards, and Teach-the-Teacher audio podcasts included.