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I had been trying to start class for several minutes. Our normal post-weekend check-in had failed. Instead of hearing updates from each other, students were having side conversations about the school dance. Click to read more.
Have your students asked you, "what's a credit score"? Do your students understand how credit scores are calculated? If not, they are not alone. Click to read more.
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Teaching credit scores to students can be a challenge for teachers. Credit scores are a complicated and sometimes opaque process that often leads to more questions than answers for students. How do we make it easier for our students?
Teaching perspective is essential to building empathy and other social and emotional learning (SEL) skills. Perspective helps us see the world from others' point-of-view. Click to read more.
Developing a marketing strategy for your bank means considering your marketing channels, audience, primary customer touchpoints, consumer demographics,...