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Financial Literacy in a Gen Z World: Preparing Teachers & Curriculum
Friday, October 8, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Presented by Peter Kelpin, District Implementation Resource Specialist, EVERFI; and Tina Stavrou-Klem, Senior Instructional Specialist, K-12 Social Studies, Pasco County Schools (FL)
Sponsored by EVERFI
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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 edWebinar, EVERFI, the leading voice in financial education, lays out the landscape of financial literacy in a digital first world. Through research review, EVERFI helps district and school administrators think through and answer questions about the effectiveness of financial literacy programs, how students are interacting with the global financial system, and what topics should be top of mind as administrators build financial literacy courses and curriculum in their districts and schools.
In partnership with Tina Stavrou-Klem, Senior Instructional Specialist from Pasco County Schools, EVERFI also shares implementation case studies and best practices from school districts across the country around financial literacy education.
Watch the EVERFI team as they break down financial services and financial literacy in a Gen Z world and provide solutions and resources for your high school classrooms.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to high school educators and school and district leaders.
About the Presenters
Peter Kelpin currently serves as the Director of District and Family Marketing for EVERFI. In his role, he supports districts and departments of education across the United States and Canada as they work with EVERFI to embed real world skills into their curriculum. Prior to his current role, Peter worked directly with districts and departments of education across the Southeastern United States as they developed strategic plans for adoption and implementation of EVERFI resources. Outside of EVERFI, Peter sits on the board of the North Carolina Council on Economic Education, where he supports financial literacy efforts in the state. He is a former 7th Grade Special Education teacher, and is passionate about supporting educators on their digital learning journey. Follow Peter on Twitter @pkelpin_edtech.
Tina Stavrou-Klem is currently the Pasco County Schools Senior Instructional Specialist, K-12 Social Studies. She is responsible for the development of curriculum, instructional resource adoption and management of resources for K-12 Social Studies. This work includes Social Studies Secondary Learning Network, as well as Social Studies pages within the ELN, Quarterly Checks/CFAs/District Final Development and Management, Data Leads (pull data, analyze, create deliverables, Data Days Facilitators), Professional Development Leads (Learning Symposium, New Teacher, Coaching, Core PD, Principal/AP as requested, Site Based), Contacts with community partners (USF Stavros Center, Supervisor of Elections, Florida Council for Economic Education, Medal of Honor Foundation), NHD coordinator, Project Citizen Coordinator, Mock Election coordinator, Lead for Veterans Day Program, and Lead for Financial Literacy Expos.
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