Call it putting yourself in another person’s shoes, or appreciating differences or simply imagining how someone else feels in a given situation. This is empathy. But, why do we care? Click to learn more about empathy activities in the classroom.
As educators and adults managing our own financial and wellness needs, we know it is vital to set a foundation built on good habits at a young age to avoid common money mistakes. Here are five quick budgeting hacks that will help the teens in your life start adulthood with a strong financial base. Click to learn more!
This budgeting lesson plan will teach students the difference between “wants” and “needs” using information from the Vault program. Click to learn more!
Today we’re featuring a blog post from Zaira, an elementary school student who recently earned her Vault - Understanding Money certification. She shares how Vault helped her learn how important saving money was and how she could use these newfound skills to help her put money aside for her future. Zaira was one of two winners from Canada to win a $1,000 RESP Contribution!
Today we’re featuring an excerpt from Cecelia, an elementary school student who recently earned her Future Goals - Hockey Scholar certification. Cecelia explains what she learned from completing Future Goals - Hockey Scholar and how it will help her become an engineer at the Canadian Space Agency. Cecelia was one of two winners from Canada to win a $1,000 RESP Contribution!