Session Descriptions & Registration

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Tuesday, October 27th at 7:00 PM

Session 1: Select ONE webinar to attend in Session 1 (1A, 1B, 1C, or 1D).

Tuesday, October 27th

Session 1A - 7:00 pm

C.A.R.E. Program - U.S. Bankruptcy Court presents:

C.A.R.E. Program - U.S. Bankruptcy Court

DESCRIPTION

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for SC presents a comprehensive financial literacy education program for middle/high school students taught by bankruptcy judges and lawyers using interactive media presentations and real life examples to engage their audience. On short notice and free of charge, CARE presentations can be scheduled and tailored to incorporate any financial literacy indicators requested. Presentation can be provided via any virtual platform used by educators.

Presenter:

Janet Haigler, Susan Ingles, & Pamela Simmons-Beasley

care@scb.uscourts.gov

https://care4yourfuture.org/


Tuesday, October 27th

Session 1B - 7:00 pm

iCEV MultiMedia presents:

iCEV Online for Traditional and Online Curriculum

DESCRIPTION

iCEV features everything you need. A detailed lesson plan, projects, activities, handouts, assessments and more. iCEV is easily aligned to course standards and updated. Implement iCEV as a stand-alone resource, to your curriculum. Customize courses by adding or removing lessons. iCEV makes it simple for you to teach a range of courses. Plus, everything is in one place. Attend this session and receive a free, quarter pilot with student subscriptions plus other door prizes.

Presenter:

Glenn Perryman

glenn.perryman@cevmultimedia.com

https://www.icevonline.com/

Tuesday, October 27th

Session 1C - 7:00 pm

Junior Achievement presents:

Junior Achievement: Meeting your Virtual Classroom Needs

DESCRIPTION

Junior Achievement aligns with SC state standards and helps educators inspire students to own their economic success by teaching work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills. We have pivoted this school year to support teachers as they lead virtually. Come hear how we are providing curriculum and virtual volunteers to meet your digital needs.

Presenter:

Bette Bronson

bette.bronson@ja.org

https://greatersc.ja.org/

Tuesday, October 27th

Session 1D - 7:00 pm

Money Savvy Generation presents:

Balancing Act!

DESCRIPTION

Budgeting? Fun? Yes! Our new instructor-led game Balancing Act takes students through a fun, real-life simulation, showing them how to balance their in-flows and out-flows as they get their first job and apartment and start to live life; and how the education, career and lifestyle choices they make impact their bottom line. Appropriate for High School and College, in-class or online.

Presenter:

Michael Beacham & Susan Beacham

mlb@moneysavvy.com susan@moneysavvy.com

http://www.moneysavvy.com/


Tuesday, October 27th at 8:00 PM

Session 2: Select ONE webinar to attend. (2A, 2B, or 2C)

Tuesday, October 27th

Session 2A - 8:00 pm

Knowledge Matters - Virtual Business

Using Virtual Business Simulations To teach Personal Finance: Remote, Classroom, or Hybrid

DESCRIPTION

We will highlight how teachers have used Virtual Business simulations to teach personal finance, business, and marketing during this unprecedented educational environment. During this presentation, Knowledge Matters will giveaway a free one-year lab license for a Virtual Business simulation. The winner gets to choose which one of the nine Virtual Business simulations you'd like to use in your classroom.

Presenter:

Jim Schroeder

jhschroeder43@gmail.com

https://knowledgematters.com/

Tuesday, October 27th

Session 2B - 8:00 pm

W!se - Working in Support of Education

Financially Literate, Financially W!SE

DESCRIPTION

Come to this workshop to explore W!se's Financial Literacy Certification program. Learn about how the program can support your personal finance instruction, the resources you will receive and how your students can become Certified Financially Literate by passing our national Certification Test. We will also talk about how you can earn a Certification in Personal Finance through our partnership with SC Economics.

Presenter:

Mike Castrilli

mcastrilli@wise-ny.org

https://www.wise-ny.org/

Tuesday, October 27th

Session 2C - 8:00 pm

EVERFI

Financial Literacy with EVERFI

DESCRIPTION

Banks aren’t always buildings, phones are sometimes wallets, and your babysitter prefers an app to cash. Financial services are changing. Shouldn’t financial literacy? In this session, attendees will explore refreshed personal financial literacy and economics resources on the free EVERFI platform. For best experience, please review everfi.com/K-12 beforehand and bring your own device!

Presenter:

Jessica Richter

jrichter@everfi.com

https://www.everfi.com/

Wednesday, October 28th at 7:00 PM

Session 3: Select ONE webinar to attend. (3A, 3B, 3C, or 3D).

Wednesday, October 28th

Session 3A - 7:00 pm

South Carolina Department of Education

SC CTE Business, Finance, and Marketing Updates

DESCRIPTION

Dana Depew, Education Associate in the Office of Career and Technical Education (CTE), will provide SCDE updates for the Business, Finance, and Marketing clusters.

Presenter(s):

Dana Depew

ddepew@ed.sc.gov

https://ed.sc.gov/instruction/career-and-technical-education/programs-and-courses/career-clusters/finance/


Wednesday, October 28th

Session 3B - 7:00 pm

AFSA Education Foundation - MoneySKILL®

MoneySKILL®: Free Online Personal Finance Course

DESCRIPTION

Learn more about how you can use MoneySKILL in your classroom to teach students about personal finance. Topics include everything from budgeting and investing to student loans and vehicle financing. In this session, we’ll show you how to access the free curriculum, review materials online and discuss the benefits it provides to you and your students.

Presenter:

Rhonda Ashburn & Olivia DiBiase

info@moneyskill.org

https://afsaef.org/

Wednesday, October 28th

Session 3C - 7:00 pm

Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF)

21st Century Interactive Resources

DESCRIPTION

Are you looking for ways to incorporate more technology into your lessons? Interested in locating high-quality interactive resources to engage your students? Join NGPF as we present a range of entertaining, thought-provoking, and interactive resources.

Presenter:

Brian Page or Yanely Espinal

brian@nextgenpersonalfinance.org yanely@ngpf.org

https://www.ngpf.org/

Wednesday, October 28th

Session 3D - 7:00 pm

SC Department of Consumer Affairs

Online & Social Media Smarts

DESCRIPTION

We're all online more than ever, teachers and students alike. We are putting more information onto the internet and sometimes don't think before we hit "enter." The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs wants to show you how they can help you and your students stay safe as you navigate virtual learning.

Presenter:

Bailey Parker

bparker@scconsumer.gov

https://consumer.sc.gov/

Wednesday, October 28th at 8:00 PM

Session 4: Select ONE webinar to attend. (4A, 4B, or 4C).

Wednesday, October 28th

Session 4A - 8:00 pm

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Distance Learning: Resources from the Federal Reserve

DESCRIPTION

Check out the variety of online resources—from online courses to video Q&A—available for free from the Federal Reserve. We’ll share our picks for the best online resources perfect for distance learning to use in your personal finance class. We’ll be talking fast, so be ready to discover new, engaging options you can start using with your students immediately!

Presenter

Yolanda Ferguson

yolanda.ferguson@rich.frb.org

https://www.richmondfed.org/education

Wednesday, October 28th

Session 4B - 8:00 pm

IRS Stakeholder Partnerships, Education & Communication (SPEC)

Financial Education and Asset Building with the IRS and VITA

DESCRIPTION

Make a difference in your community by partnering with the IRS and thousands of nationwide organizations to bring FREE tax return preparation services to low-to-moderate income taxpayers including students, staff, and faculty of your institution.

Presenter:

Richard Freeman

richard.freeman@irs.gov

https://www.irs.gov/individuals/irs-tax-volunteers

Wednesday, October 28th

Session 4C - 8:00 pm

Budget Challenge

The Road Test for Personal Finance

DESCRIPTION

Look under the hood of the most realistic and engaging student experience in personal finance. Budget Challenge is a ten-week, real-time, real world financial simulation combined with a complete curriculum and multi-modal assessment tools that are idea for in-person, remote and distance learning. See why the Institute for Financial Literacy named it 2020 Educational Program of the Year.

Presenter:

David Buten & Tim Lambrecht

dave@bcsim.com & tlambrecht@bcsim.com

https://www.budgetchallenge.com/