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Jim Preston - SRU
48:41
The Art of the Impossible by Steven Kolter
Keith Dils
48:54
https://www.sru.edu/academics/graduate-programs#showMinors=false&view=expanded&page=1
Jim Preston - SRU
49:06
Correction: Steven Steven Kotler
Deb Bacco
57:21
yes
Deb Bacco
01:24:18
yes
Amy Davis
02:10:16
https://padlet.com/amydavis7/finlitresources
Sara Robinson
02:10:32
Thank you Amy!!
Deb Bacco
02:10:47
Thank you!
Angela McCoy
02:14:25
Thanks for sharing Amy!
Amanda J. Wilson
02:19:03
Thank you Amy!
Sara Robinson
02:19:57
I teach a required course called Career and Financial Planning : )
Deb Bacco
02:21:27
Amy - is it Ngpf.org? for next gen personal finance
Amy Davis
02:22:00
Yes, that's correct - ngpf.org
Deb Bacco
02:22:20
thanks
Frannyj
02:23:19
I teach a required course at New Castle High School titled simply, Financial Literacy. It is for tenth grade and I use Everfi's modules and the Next Gen curriculum. Both great resources.
KathyGraziano
02:25:02
Great program - - Kathy Grazianao The Prevention Network
Tanis Rose
02:28:01
What is the easiest way to set up a Reality Fair?
Jeff H
02:29:20
Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy
Jeff H
02:29:41
https://www.penncfl.org/ is the website
Lisa’s iPhone
02:30:08
I’ve provided my 11 and 13 yr old children their own bank registry books to keep track of their deposits (bday money, allowance, etc) and debits (frivolous things they want to buy). But as the one speaker suggested, I’m guilty of not sharing my own experience of balancing my checkbook. They should see on paper that mom and dad aren’t made of money like they may think haha!
Jessica Hall-Wirth
02:32:37
I agree! It is important for them to know the “why” behind financial decisions. Sometimes its not that we don’t want to buy them new Nikes. It is that we simply cannot do it if they want food, heat, wifi, etc.
Jessica Hall-Wirth
02:34:49
I also believe we need to teach parents about it too! Especially parents of children with disabilities. There is a lot of financial planning there!
Amy Davis
02:35:40
Great point, Jessica!
Angela McCoy
02:37:50
The PA Career Zone website has a nice budgeting activity you can do with students where they answer a bunch of questions and then it tells them how much their salary would need to be in order to support that lifestyle. I did that activity myself and hope to do it with my students this year or next year! Apologies if someone already mentioned this.
Amy Davis
02:40:25
Great site! They also have great career education resources - pacareerzone.org
cwelker
02:42:55
I am not sure if someone mentioned the Making Cents Project through the PA Department of Education. They offer free webinars and resources on their website-www.makingcentspa.org
Deb Bacco
02:52:43
Mike Wishnow what is your email ? I am interested
Amy Davis
02:53:57
amy.davis@aiu3.net
Deb Bacco
02:54:37
Thank you for your time!
Jennifer Miller
02:55:03
Will additional contact information be included in the slides that are emailed out?
Jessica Hall-Wirth
02:55:08
Thank you all for your time this morning!
Sara Robinson
02:58:24
Thank You!!
Angela McCoy
02:58:25
Thanks everyone!
Gina Barrett
02:58:25
Thank you everyone! Great information and resources.