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Governor’s Challenge for Personal Finance: “How To Prepare Students to Compete and Other Important Tips”

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Virginia Council on Economic Education Center for Economic Education

Dec 13, 2021
12:00 am
Grade Level: High School

This on-demand webinar brought to you at no cost by Accenture will provide teachers “tips” on how to prepare students to compete in the Governor’s Challenge for Personal Finance.  Hear from two teachers who successfully prepared students for the competition, the benefits of competing, and how you can use past case studies from VCEE for instructional purposes and practice for the competition. You will not want to miss this fantastic opportunity to engage your students in Project Based Learning. Additionally, many of the engagement opportunities fit within the VDOE’s Profile of a Graduate.

There will be a live Q and A session scheduled for February, 2022 where teachers may ask questions on anything related to the 2022 Governor’s Challenge Personal Finance Division, sponsored by Bank of America.


Fee: NO CHARGE


Instructor: Susan McNamara and Ingrid Johansen
Contact Person:
Susan McNamara
Center for Economic Education
Virginia Council on Economic Education

mcnamarasa@vcu.edu

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