Despite being closer to retirement, older employees' workplace loyalty and experience make them perfect candidates for advancement.
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!
A budget is just a plan for our money. When we are teaching budgeting basics to our students, we can frame that plan the way we would for any other-- as a strategy for hitting a goal. The goal, of course, being the life you want to design for yourself. Click to read more!
A negative environment = negative thoughts = negative self-image = a negative view of the world. Fortunately, a process of reframing our negative thoughts into positive ones is a simple way to help retrain the brain to think more positively and create a more enjoyable life. Click to read more!
It’s hard to deny the positive impact social and emotional learning skills have on our lives, even anecdotally. Now how do we teach these SEL skills with EdTech? Click to learn more.
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This is a recap of a webinar that occurred on July 31st
EVERFI works with more than 700 partners to bring financial education to students throughout the US...