Internet History Sourcebooks Imperialism See Main Page for a guide to all contents of all sections. Contents Imperialism Analyses John A. Hobson (1858-1940): Imperialism, 1902, excerpts [At this Site] John A. Hobson (1858-1940): The Economic Parasites of Imperialism [At Marxists.org] Vladimir Illyich Lenin (1870-1924): Imperialism and the Split in Socialism, 1916 [At Marxists.Org][Full Text] Vladimir Illyich Lenin (1870-1924): Imperialism, The Highest Stage of Capitalism, 1916, [Full text][At this Site] Vladimir Illyich Lenin (1870-1924): Imperialism, The Highest Stage of Capitalism, 1916 [At Marxists.org][Full Text] Joseph A. Money Smart - A Financial Education Program Money Smart for Youth FDIC currently provides two instructor-led Money Smart curriculum products to teach young people, Money Smart for Young Adults (ages 12-20) and Money Smart for Elementary School Students (ages 5-8). In Development: The FDIC is updating our Money Smart for Youth suite of products in the coming months (by Spring 2015).
What is Financial Literacy - Your Life Your Money The President's Advisory Council on Financial Literacy defines personal financial literacy as "the ability to use knowledge and skills to manage financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being." (200 8 Annual Report to the President ) Personal financial literacy is more than just being able to balance a checkbook, compare prices or get a job. It also includes skills like long-term vision and planning for the future, and the discipline to use those skills every day. In the US, we make great efforts to teach children to read and write, but we don't give their financial literacy the same attention.
Gilded Age Tip: Press ctrl and F (or Command and F on a Mac) to perform a keyword search of this page. To keyword search all Best of History Web Sites pages use the search engine located on each page. Gilded Age Web Sites Richest Man in the World: Andrew Carnegie Andrew Carnegie's legacy is that of a hard-driving Gilded Age business tycoon and generous philanthropist. A companion to the PBS American experience video series, this site on Carnegie and his times includes an introduction to the era, a timeline, a teacher's guide, photos and cartoons, a bibliography, a look at the Homestead strike, and links to relevant sites. Hands on Banking Whether you're a classroom teacher, a program director, or a college instructor, you understand the importance of a solid financial curriculum. Now, by using Hands on Banking®—the free, fun, and engaging financial program from Wells Fargo—you can help students of any age build a brighter financial future. The Hands on Banking online financial courses include free instructor guides with classroom lessons and activities that will help you guide students through real-life scenarios, group discussions, and other activities designed to teach valuable money management skills and help them take control of their finances. All without endorsements or commercials. The Hands on Banking curriculum is designed for four age groups: Kids—4th and 5th grades Teens—6th through 8th grades Young Adults—ages 15 through 21 Adults
Financial Literacy Definition The National Financial Educators Council defines financial literacy as: “possessing the skills and knowledge on financial matters to confidently take effective action that best fulfills an individual’s personal, family and global community goals.” Several other national organizations have created their own definition. Listed below are several financial literacy definitions that do vary but also do share commonalities. Welcome to UCLA's National Center for History in the Schools Log in Login Advanced Search… You are here: Home This page does not seem to exist… We apologize for the inconvenience, but the page you were trying to access is not at this address. Teach Children to Save Page Content Teach Children to Save (TCTS) is a national program that organizes banker volunteers to help young people develop a savings habit early in life. Since the program started in 1997, some 146,400 bankers have taught savings skills to 6.4 million students. This April marked the 18th annual Teach Children to Save Day and more than 10,900 bankers hosted financial education events across the country.
Money Smart - A Financial Education Program Money Smart is a comprehensive financial education curriculum designed to help low- and moderate-income individuals outside the financial mainstream enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. Money Smart has reached over 2.75 million consumers since 2001. Research shows that the curriculum can positively influence how consumers manage their finances, and these changes are sustainable in the months after the training. Financial education fosters financial stability for individuals, families, and entire communities. Home The Reading Like a Historian curriculum engages students in historical inquiry. Each lesson revolves around a central historical question and features sets of primary documents modified for groups of students with diverse reading skills and abilities. This curriculum teaches students how to investigate historical questions employing reading strategies such as sourcing, contextualizing, corroborating, and close reading. Instead of memorizing historical facts, students evaluate the trustworthiness of multiple perspectives on issues from King Philip's War to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and make historical claims backed by documentary evidence. Reading Like a Historian has revolutionized my teaching. It not only changed the way my students think about history, but it helped me become a more critical thinker as well!
WOW!Zone: Educators Our Programs The TD Bank WOW!Zone is a comprehensive financial literacy program created by TD Bank. Our goal is to provide children and teens with valuable information about money, saving, banking and investing. Designed to be educational, fun, and interactive, our programs provide a solid foundation for everyone to create a strong financial future. Institute For Financial Literacy ®National Standards Second Edition Released: October 2007 The National Standards for Adult Financial Literacy Education identify the personal finance knowledge and skills an adult should possess. The Institute for Financial Literacy® contends that all adults who receive financial literacy education should have, at a minimum, the knowledge and ability to competently perform the basic tasks of managing their personal finances. Financial literacy is a lifelong process requiring both academic and practical components. No single textbook or educational program can result in a financially literate adult. Financial literacy textbooks and education programs must be clear and concise, and they may be components of a comprehensive financial literacy curriculum.
Twitter as a Powerful Educational Tool Think Twitter is just a waste of time? Think again. Its organizational structure makes it an effective tool for connecting with students and others online. On Feb. 10th 2011, the world was transfixed on the protests raging in Egypt. We all watched as thousands gathered in Tahir square, where they had been for the past several weeks, to listen to a speech by President Hosni Mubarak.