Grades K-2, 3-5
Gamifying Personal Finance Through a Student Developed Online Game
In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Play through a fun online game through a student’s perspective
- Learn about how a process of educator-facilitated student reflection can cultivate a meaningful discussion about the values, beliefs, and priorities that influence our decision-making
- Recieve a teacher guide that will help in effectively implementing the game
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The session introduces educators to a novel, interactive game that teaches students budgeting, saving, and making decisions. The attendees will play the online game that highlights learning by active experimentation, reflection, and discussion. Attendees will see how this game fulfills the National Standards for Financial Literacy. This game was created by a high school student who took personal finance during his junior in high school. He meshed his passion for technology and personal finance and created this interactive game. Attendees will learn about how to play the game, learn about the creative process behind the development and meet the designer, Anmol Mital
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