George Mason University Center for Economic Education
Jul 17, 2022 - Jul 30, 2022
Asynchronous Program , On Demand
Registration Deadline: July 26, 2022
Grade Level: Grade 4, Grade 5, High School, Middle School
Potential Recertification Credits: 6
Learn to use the Stock Market GameTM as a valuable educational tool for both teachers and students from the comfort of your home during this on-demand, virtual mini-course!
The Stock Market GameTM allows students to manage a virtual investment portfolio and compete with teams across the state. Students learn saving and investing, sharpen math and research skills, and experience market forces at work. After participating in the SMG, independent studies show an increase in math scores for elementary and middle school students. It is also a proven way to learn many of the SOL in the high school economics and personal finance course, and a great way to prepare for the W!se Financial Literacy Certification assessment.
No prior knowledge of the stock market is necessary.
Registration Deadline: July 26, 2022; 12:00 PM EST
Fee: NO CHARGE
Instructor: O. Kate Scott, Associate Director
O. Kate Scott, Associate Director
Center for Economic Education
George Mason University
Register for Virtual Mini-Course: Saving, Investing, & The Stock Market Game™
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