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Financial Literacy Institute July 2013: Day 1. Melissa Groves [email protected] Debbie Batchelor [email protected] Our mission is to insure that Maryland's school children leave high school equipped with the economic, financial literacy and decision-making content and skills they

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Our mission is to insure that Maryland's

school children leave high school equipped

with the economic, financial literacy and

decision-making content and skills they

need to make informed, rational decisions

as consumers, workers, citizens, savers,

investors and participants in the global

economy.

how does mcee accomplish its mission
How Does MCEE Accomplish Its Mission?

Maintaining the MCEE website at www.econed.org

Sponsoring signature programs

Stock Market Game™

The Poster Contest

Assisting with curriculum writing

Providing Professional Development for educators

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Grades1 MSDE CPD( plus 1 AU for Baltimore City Teachers)

Active participation 25%

In-Class Quizzes (2) 20%

Online Rdgs/Assessments 25%

Post-Test 20%

Behavioral Survey 10%

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Grades2 MSDE CPD( plus 1 AU for Baltimore City Teachers)

Active participation 15%

In-Class Quizzes (2) 20%

Online Rdgs/Assessments 20%

Post-Test 20%

Behavioral Survey 10%

Original Lesson; Field Test; Summary 15%

grading notes
Grading Notes

Original Lesson Plan (Due on/before 5:00 p.m. Oct. 25,2013)

Based on a literary or informational text

Aligned to one or more of Maryland’s Financial Literacy Standards ANDReading and/or Mathematics Common Core

Using same format as MCEE lessons distributed throughout the Institute

Field Test/Written Summary (Due on/before 5:00 p.m. Oct. 25, 2013)

Teach your original lesson (as outlined above) to your students

Submit a written summary that includes: student’s response to the lesson, what did/did not work, changes you would make in the future based on the success/failure of the field test

grading notes cont
Grading Notes, cont

Behavioral Survey

Pre-Survey: Completed on Day 1 of the course

Post-Survey: Completed in November

You will receive notification relative to the method of taking the test, i.e. ScanTron, Survey Monkey, Online testing site, etc….

Results will remain anonymous

No credits issued until the Behavioral Survey is returned in November

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Objectives
  • During this presentation, we will…
  • explore the Maryland State Curriculum
  • for Personal Financial Literacy
  • Education
  • review key financial literacy
  • concepts for Grades K-5
  • link lessons to concepts and
  • standards…including the Common Core
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Financial Literacy

A variety of materials to help you

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Why Financial Literacy?
  • Develops financial literacy skills that will enable students to make sound choices as consumers
  • Helps to establish good habits and responsible attitudes from at an early age
what personal finance is about
What Personal Finance is About

Your source for understanding aspects of Financial Literacy

the maryland state curriculum for personal financial literacy education
The Maryland State Curriculum for Personal Financial Literacy Education

Defines what students should know and be able to do at various points in time

Specific grade-level curriculum to be developed by the individual LEAs

3. Implemented: September 2011

the standards
The Standards

Making informed responsible decisions

Relate careers, education, and income

Plan and Manage Money

Managing credit and debt

Creating and building wealth

Managing risks and preserving wealth

standard 1 make informed financially responsible decisions
Standard 1Make Informed, Financially Responsible Decisions

Making financial choices (includes resources,

decision-making process, opportunity cost)

Explaining philanthropy

Identifying goals

Markets

productive resources
Productive Resources

NATURAL HUMANCAPITAL

(Think “Product”)

human resources
Human Resources

Workers; The health, strength, talents, education and skills that humans can use to produce goods and services.

natural resources
Natural Resources

Gifts of nature that can be used to produce goods and services

capital resources
Capital Resources

Tools; the goods that are manufactured or constructed by people and used to produce other goods and services.

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Decision-Making Process"It's awfully awfully awful when you can't make up your mind!" Hunches in Bunches by Dr. Seuss
opportunity cost
Opportunity Cost

The next best choice!

philanthropy
Philanthropy

A personal interest in helping others, especially through gifts to charity

Lesson 15

goods
Goods

Things that people make or grow

that satisfy economic wants; things

desired by consumers and supplied

by producers.

services
Services

Community jobs; Actions (jobs)

that people do for each other

goods services
Goods & Services

Lesson 2

Lesson 1

standard 2 highlights relate careers education and income
Standard 2 HighlightsRelate Careers, Education, and Income

Impact of education, interest & skills on

income (What Personal Finance is About pgs.6-8)

Potential sources of income

How income affects spending

Lesson 1

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Isabel’s Car Wash

Relationships among education, skills, economic conditions, and income

Sources of income

Goods

Investing

next face to face session

Next Face-to-Face Session

Group A

August 6, 2013

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Room 310

Group B

August 7, 2013

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Room 310

melissa s website

Melissa’s Website

http://pages.towson.edu/mgroves/FinLitInstitute.html

info for online session

Info for Online Session

Go to: https://university.educatedinvestor.com/university/login.xml?for=MDFLI

(Will email you the link to cut/paste onto

your browser.)

Username: Your email address

Password: finlit

online session continued

Online Session continued…

Must complete the following modules:

Getting Started with Saving and Investing

Basics of Personal Finance

Basics of Investing

Working with Financial Advisors

Due: August 5, 2013 by 5:00 p.m.

Extra Credit:

Complete: Investment Risks module

Submit: a one page summary with a recommendation about whether it should be added to the Institute and why

and now

And now…

Please complete …

today’s evaluation sheet.

the quiz.

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