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June 10 from 8:30-3:30 

Sign in and breakfast will begin at 8:00

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Teaching Personal Finance in the Digital Age

Explore and Evaluate Digital Resources for Teaching Personal Finance

Personal Finance Content -- Interactive Lesson Demos -- Access to Free Lesson Plans

Need ideas for lesson plans and activities that are perfect for

middle or high school students?

Want high-quality resources at no cost?

Join us on June 10, 2019 8:30-3:30

Light breakfast and Lunch Provided

3 hours of prework is required for 10 hours of credit. Download instructions here

The College of Business and Economics is on Grace Black Circle. Download Campus Map.


If you are looking for new digiital resources for teaching personal finance that focus on interactivity for your students, this is the PD session for you.

  • 10 hours of high-quality training, digital literacy PD certificate provided, 3 hours of prework is required. Download instructions here.
  • Aligned to K-12 NC Essential Standards in personal finance
  • Interactive and hands-on
  • Sign in and breakfast will begin at 8:00
  • Lunch will be provided
  • Digital Resources will be explored and evaluated
  • Opportunities to network and plan with your peers
  • Come prepared to have fun exploring new resources
  • Be sure to bring a laptop or tablet 


 The workshop and the accompanying materials are made available to teachers by the Council for Economic Education, NextGen personal Finance.