Enter Our Current Contest
Here are the deets:
- COMPLETE THIS FORM to submit details about your favorite personal finance lesson or activity that demonstrates an innovative approach to teaching a personal finance concept.
- Creation of an original lesson plan or activity with a personal finance focus
- Modification of an existing lesson or activity (e.g., creating an extension activity to challenge your high performers, finding additional resources to supplement your lesson/activity, creating a differentiated lesson/activity to meet the various learning styles of your students)
- Modification of an existing lesson or activity to meet the needs of a specific student population (e.g., English Language Learners (ELL), Individualized Learning Plans (ILP), Special Education)
Keep in mind: your submission should be replicable for other educators and not reliant on outside partnerships.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
See the Results of Our Last Contest
Session 1: June 2017
Brent Gostomski from Stevens Point Area Senior High School (Stevens Point, WI)
After five years of working in the business world, Brent transitioned to teaching at the high school level. He developed his passion for personal finance from his high school Personal Finance teacher. Brent teaches in
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