Financial education

No matter how good you are at planning, the pressure never goes away. So I don’t fight it. I feed off it. I turn pressure into motivation to do my best.

Ben Carson

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Smart financial planning – such as budgeting, saving for emergencies, and preparing for retirement – can help households enjoy better lives while weathering financial shocks. Financial education can play a key role in getting to these outcomes.

Ben Bernanke

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If you invest the time earlier to create structure and process around communication, planning, and goal-setting, you can prevent missteps before they occur.

Christine Tsai

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Curiosity is the fuel for discovery inquiry and learning

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Christmas Marathon

The holiday season is upon us!

Christmas Planner will help you stay organized and be on top of things this holiday in order to make the season less stressful!

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The warm circle of family and friends.

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To all charity!

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10 Tips for Student Teachers

“These are things I wish I’d know when I was starting my student teaching assignment…”

Laura Randazzo – Solutions for the Secondary Classroom

Apparently, June turned into Student Teacher Month here on the blog, so let’s wrap this topic by sharing a few remaining bits of wisdom. These are things I wish I’d know when I was starting my student teaching assignment:

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The number one thing our students will remember from us is how we make them feel.

We all want to feel cared for and valued by the significant people in our life. When students feel that you value and care for them as individuals, they are more willing to comply with our requests. Developing positive teacher-student relations is also one of the most effective steps we can take to establish a positive climate in the classroom.

Read more: Be Authentic. Take Interest. Respect.

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Integrating Maker Education into the Curriculum

“What may look like an arts and crafts activity, or just a bunch of kids playing with Legos, is actually a way to teach about ancient Rome or how to write a persuasive essay. “

User Generated Education

Rather than the maker experiences being an after school program, an add on activity, or an activity that is implemented when students have done their regular lessons work, it should be part of the regular, day-to-day curriculum. As noted in USC Rossier Online, “In order for your school and students to be fully invested in maker education, it has to be integrated into your curriculum, not squeezed in” (https://rossieronline.usc.edu/maker-education/sync-with-curriculum/).  Ayah Bdeir, who invented and runs littleBits, had this to say about integrating maker education into the curriculum:

It’s time for maker ed to move into the mainstream. Making should not be relegated to the times spent outside of class, e.g. lunch or after school. Nor should it only flourish in private schools, which don’t have to teach to standards. We need to work to show how making is a rigorous process that leads to valuable…

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