In this two-part edWebinar series, explore fractions in our everyday lives. The January session focuses on time and money.
How many young people do you know who have run a lemonade stand, or taken part in charitable events like Penny Harvest? Despite kids’ natural interest in money, few states require schools to teach financial literacy, and fewer than 20% of teachers say they feel competent teaching courses in it, according to the Council for Economic Education. In this TIME For Kids webinar, we focused on fun, engaging, and effective ways to bring financial literacy to the classroom.
Write a grant to get the money you need! In this second of two webinars for the edWeb.net GetEdFunding community, Dr. Rita Oates showed how to prepare parts of a grant writing toolkit to use in searching for and writing winning grants.