Economic Literacy Colorado, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing Colorado educators with resources to teach students about personal finance, is offering three MoneyWi $ er Personal Finance virtual workshops for teachers on June 1, June 9, and June 17.
These workshops, all identical, are open to all teachers of K-12 Colorado. At the end of a workshop, teachers will earn 7.5 hours of continuing education and a stipend of $ 125 as a thank you for their time and commitment.
Economic Literacy Colorado President and CEO Debbie Pierce said, “Our MoneyWi $ er workshops are designed to provide Colorado teachers with the basic tools and language to use when teaching students to manage. their finances. In Colorado, personal finance isn’t a required course, but many districts, schools, and teachers are committed to teaching their students about this life-changing topic. We are here to meet all of their needs. “
MoneyWi $ er workshops will provide teachers with the knowledge, skills and resources to teach in the classroom. All lessons and activities conform to the 2020 Colorado Revised Academic Standards for Personal Financial Literacy. Teachers will come away ready to give their students financial lessons that are age-appropriate, relevant and impactful.
Financial presentations intended to personally support teachers will also be part of the workshop. Teachers can choose from topics such as fundamentals of investing, wills and estate planning, budgeting, scrambling, debt management, and more.
“Our multiplier effect of educating hundreds of teachers who educate thousands of students is essential to ensure that the next generation of Colorado students have the opportunity to acquire the fundamental economic and financial decision-making skills needed. for lifelong success. Financial education is essential to help level the playing field for all Colorado students, ”said Pierce.
The mission of Colorado Economic Literacy is to enable Colorado students to achieve a lifetime of economic understanding and financial security. In an average year, Economic Literacy Colorado provides 1,500 teachers with the knowledge and resources to educate nearly 100,000 students in most of Colorado’s 178 school districts.
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Economic Literacy Colorado empowers Colorado students to achieve a lifetime of economic understanding and financial security by educating and equipping teachers through professional development courses and educational resources.