K-12 Resources for Teaching Personal Finance. April 17, 2013. Presenters Sarah Sannes, Obama Elementary, St. Paul Kaylen Gores and Cheryl Duffy, Sullivan Communication Center, Mpls Jim Eisenreich, Eden Prairie HS Martha Rush, Mounds View HS Rose Petit and David Bratten, Hopkins HS.
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April 17, 2013
More than Money
Microsociety is a structure under which we run our classrooms. It allows us to bring the “real world” systems into our classrooms in order to educate our students in both academic content and the outside world (and bring it home to their families)
Biztown allows us to make the link between school and “real world” even more solid. It provides us with core lessons that helps us set up and frame what with do with our classroom economy that mirrors that of the world.
Both systems allow students to do “jobs”, earn money and spend that money. They also make sure that students have to pay for things that they need and want in order to be successful (rent, fines, taxes, extras)
(free online banking system, password protected)
Check book register pages
Auctions and stores:
how to… and where to….