COURSE TITLE: Personal Finance
DESCRIPTION:Students learn how to navigate the financial decisions they must face and to make informed decisions related to career exploration, budgeting, banking, credit, insurance, spending, taxes, saving, investing, buying/leasing a vehicle, living independently, and inheritance. Development of financial literacy skills and an understanding of economic principles will provide the basis for responsible citizenship and career success.
- · Demonstrate Workplace Readiness Skills.
- · Examine all aspects of an industry.
- · Address elements of student life.
- · Develop consumer skills.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of planning for living and leisure expenses.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of banking transactions.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of credit and loan functions.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of the role of insurance in risk management.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of income earning and reporting.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of taxes.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of personal financial planning.
- · Demonstrate knowledge of investment and saving planning.
- · Address the financial aspects of a business enterprise.
- · Demonstrate skills in managing financial activities for a business enterprise.
- · Explore Management functions.
- · Develop career exploration and employability skills
CREDIT INFO: This course is a .5 credit course towards the Economics and Personal Finance graduation requirement.Personal FinanceMs. Cooley1st Quarter 2018-2019Please see the BWHS Personal Finance Vision site for notes and assignments at:
Assignment resources can be found in VISION; each student has their own login for the VISION course. Please email me if you have any trouble accessing information for this class.Everfi Modules are completed at:
Students have their own login for the Everfi modules.
Last Modified on January 26, 2019