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Pockets Change: Changing the Way Finance is Taught

3 Part Series

PD & EILA Available!

Registrants will receive a Zoom link to join the workshop. 

Teaching our youth about finance impacts much more than wallets, it’s critical to self-advocacy, promoting social justice, and addressing educational equity. Together we’ll look at the transformative power of having money conversations to enrich learning and equip diverse learners with tools to create change.
 
July 22, 2021
WORKSHOP 1: TEACHING FINANCE IS AN ACT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
We’ll jam with educators to remember and lean into their strengths and expand on how Hip Hop Pedagogy works in their class(zoom)rooms. Topics Covered: Financial Resilience, Spending Values, Money Personalities, Hip Hop Pedagogy
 
Workshop 1 was part of the Kentucky Alternative Education Summit. The Pockets Change presentation begins at 14:30 in the recording and is preceded by the SACSAA Awards recognition.

View Recording Here!
 

August 25, 2021
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
WORKSHOP 2: TEACHING FINANCIAL RESILIENCE: HABITS & SELF-ADVOCACY
Money is more than numbers; find out how we can build skills to not just survive but thrive. Topics Covered: Making Change For Us & Opportunity For The Community, Build A Better Bank, Create Habits And Save While You Sleep
 
September 22, 2021
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern Time

WORKSHOP 3: TEACHING FINANCIAL RESILIENCE: COMMUNITY ADVOCACY & VALUES
Our wants are needs too! Create an action plan for community changemaking. Topics Covered: Define Me By My Values & Let Me Live By Them, Find The U In Community, How Your Values Make Money
 
Registration is free!
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