The objective of the money management curriculum is to help students understand their financial standing and create a plan that will help them succeed in improving their financial future. There are eight modules in the money management curriculum and each module addresses a topic that will help students take control of their finances.
The modules can be presented in an eight week teaching series with an overall objective of creading a financial plan, or each module can be a standalone presentation which focuses on an individual money management topic. The presentation of the modules can be between 1-2 hours, depending on how interactive you are with your audience, and the amount of examples that you incorporate.
Curriculum includes Power Point files and teaching notes with handouts and resources for each module.
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Ruby Ward, Utah State University Trent Teegerstrom, University of Arizona Karli Salisbury, Utah State University Kynda Curtis, Utah State University Staci Emm, University of Nevada Reno Carol Bishop, University of Nevada Reno
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