Teach Financial Education
UChicago STEM Education is looking for high school teachers to teach a comprehensive new financial education curriculum. The curriculum is uniquely designed to develop behaviors that lead to financial well-being.
The financial education course is a research-based, semester-long course that helps high school students prepare for a successful financial future. The course provides multiple opportunities for practice and reflection about financial decision-making, through simulations, scenarios, and real-life tasks. The program fosters the skills and dispositions that students and teachers need to be lifelong financial learners.
In addition, UChicago STEM Education provides professional learning opportunities to help teachers develop a deep understanding of the content and pedagogy.
- Financial Decision-Making in Context
- Saving and Spending
- Risk Management and Insurance
- Financing Post-Secondary Education
If you are a school official or teacher interested in using this course complete the interest form.
For general inquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Development and Social Events
Bogan Computer Technical High School
“Students can apply everything they are learning in this course to the real world. In most cases, they can start applying it now. This course gets conversations going and not just in my classroom. I have parents at report card pick-up telling me that their children come home and tell them what they are learning.”
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