Each training is designed with you, the classroom educator, in mind. FEFE’s training model:
Provides interactive workshops led by current classroom educators, our FEFE National Master Educator Team, who model lesson plan activities
Creates networking opportunities for discussions about best practices within the financial literacy classroom
Offers an abundance of ready-to-teach curriculum materials designed by educators
July 30-August 1, Stevenson University, Owings Mills, Maryland
Elementary Educator Training
Three-day Deep Dive Training
New and Improved Resources Training
Register today! Registration closes June 28.
Open to Arkansas high school and middle school financial educators including those that have previously attended a FEFE training.
Open to Iowa high school and middle school financial educators including those that have previously attended a FEFE training.
FEFE partners with state leaders to offer tailored trainings delivered by our FEFE National Master Educator team that will meet your specific needs ranging from a couple of hours to one, two or three full days of intensive activity based learning.
We would like to partner with you for your professional development needs. Contact us today at FEFE@cals.arizona.edu or 520.626.4209 as you begin planning your next training or workshop.
In keeping with the mission of FEFE, to provide educators with free curriculum materials, and the skills and confidence to effectively teach personal finance, FEFE now brings you supporting tools to help you cultivate new relationships within your community.
Have you ever found yourself talking about your students while grocery shopping or talking about your financial literacy class while making a bank transaction? You are probably already creating new relationships by telling others what you teach without even realizing it! We invite you now to take the opportunity to connect with your local community, friends, neighbors, and prospective partners. Making new partners is easy and will greatly benefit your students.
FEFE has created tools to help you get started with building local partnerships. Check out available templates with suggestions for ways to tailor your message to your specific audience. Components of the packet are:
By promoting your financial literacy class and telling others about the valuable long-term impact you will start to form new relationships that are sure to expand your networks and establish a team of champions that support financial education. Contact us at 520.626.4209 or email@example.com with questions you may have about building community support.