Foundations in Personal Finance: High School for Homeschool Teacher/Student Pack (Updated 2021 Edition)

Foundations in Personal Finance: High School for Homeschool Teacher/Student Pack (Updated 2021 Edition)

Publisher: Ramsey Education Solutions | The Lampo Group, Inc.
Author: Dave Ramsey
$129.87
This item ships FREE to any U.S. address.

If the thought of teaching your teen about compound interest, emergency funds and budgeting makes your head spin, we’re here to help! Personal finance shouldn’t be overwhelming (for you or your teen). You can teach your teen about money. And the good news is, The Dave Ramsey team of financial experts has already done the heavy lifting for you, breaking down complicated money topics in a way that’s fun, engaging and practical for teens.

It’s crucial that the next generation learns the truth about money before they leave the nest. This curriculum was designed to save you time and energy while equipping your students with the tools they need for a successful launch into the real world.

Curriculum Features:

  • Video content on DVD, teacher resources on CD-ROM and one student text
  • Stand-alone chapters that can be used in any order
  • Pre-tests and post-tests for each chapter as well as a summative assessment
  • Scripture reference guide for additional study of biblical teaching related to finances
  • Teacher resources including ready-to-teach lesson plans, syllabi options and activities
  • No scripture references.
    This set includes:

    Digital Teacher's Edition - This brand-new addition to the Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool curriculum is a teacher guide on CD-Rom with activities, case studies, and assessments.

    Instructional Videos - This set of DVDs offers hours of engaging classroom instruction taught by Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze and Chris Hogan.

    Student Text - The Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool student text is a comprehensive, 288-page student softcover consumable. It provides students an opportunity to learn, practice, and apply important personal finance knowledge and skills. The 12 chapters are aligned with the National Standards for Financial Literacy.  This book is consumable, order more here if you are teaching more than one student. 

    foundationsU.com Blended Learning Site - The Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool curriculum comes with access to our blended learning site. foundationsU.com is full of interactive tools, relevant articles, and real-world activities on a student-focused website designed for all devices.

    Chapter Summaries

    Each chapter begins with a preview of what students will learn, key terms, and a pre-teach activity. In addition to the practical, real-world personal finance instruction, the student text is filled with graphs, charts, case studies, relevant statistics and quotes. Throughout each chapter, students are prompted with journal questions that require them to pause and reflect on what they've learned. This student-centered approach is intended to promote ownership of their learning. At the end of each chapter, students are provided a variety of opportunities to apply, review, and assess their understanding.

    Foundations in Personal Finance is designed in four distinct units. Each unit contains three chapters taught on video by Dave and his team.

    The instructors creatively weave in humor and real-life stories that educate and reinforce sound principles of managing money. While watching on video, students follow along using the student text.

    Unit 1- Saving and Budgeting

    Chapter 1: Introduction to Personal Finance
    Introduces the topic of personal finance, explores the evolution of the American credit industry, and highlights the importance of both knowledge and behavior when it comes to managing money.

    Chapter 2: Saving
    Emphasizes the importance of saving and explains the three reasons to save: emergencies, large purchases, and wealth building.

    Chapter 3: Budgeting
    Explores the purpose and process of writing a budget and the basics of banking, including balancing and reconciling a checking account.

    Unit 2- Credit and Debt

    Chapter 4: Debt
    Identifies the devastating costs of using debt as a financial tool, debunks credit myths, explains the elements of a credit score, identifies organizations that maintain consumer credit records, and summarizes major consumer credit laws.

    Chapter 5: Life After High School
    Explores 21st Century post-secondary education and career options, highlights the importance of avoiding debt as a young adult, and explains how to cash flow a college education.

    Chapter 6: Consumer Awareness
    Identifies factors that influence consumer behavior and the effect of inflation on buying power.

    Unit 3- Financial Planning and Insurance

    Chapter 7: Bargain Shopping
    Highlights the importance of bargain shopping as part of a healthy financial plan and identifies important negotiation strategies.

    Chapter 8: Investing & Retirement
    Establishes basic investing guidelines, describes and compares various types of investments, and identifies elements of employer benefits and retirement plans.

    Chapter 9: Insurance
    Identifies the purpose of financial risk management as well as the appropriate and most cost-effective risk management strategies.

    Unit 4- Income, Taxes, and Giving

    Chapter 10: Money & Relationships
    Identifies the differences among people's values and attitudes as they relate to money and highlights communication strategies for discussing financial issues.

    Chapter 11: Careers & Taxes
    Examines the importance of pursuing a career in line with your strengths, the elements of effective goal setting, the best practices of successful people, and types of income and taxes.

    Chapter 12: Giving
    Highlights the importance of giving of your time, talents, and money in order to serve others and leave a lasting legacy.

    Click here to order additional student workbooks.

    Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool is licensed for use in private, homeschool settings only. This item does not meet constitutional guidelines for use in public education.

    Updated 2021 Edition, SKU 4483910

     

    Book Title Foundations in Personal Finance: High School for Homeschool Teacher/Student Pack (Updated 2021 Edition)
    Publisher: Ramsey Education Solutions | The Lampo Group, Inc.
    Author Dave Ramsey
    This item ships FREE to any U.S. address.

    If the thought of teaching your teen about compound interest, emergency funds and budgeting makes your head spin, we’re here to help! Personal finance shouldn’t be overwhelming (for you or your teen). You can teach your teen about money. And the good news is, The Dave Ramsey team of financial experts has already done the heavy lifting for you, breaking down complicated money topics in a way that’s fun, engaging and practical for teens.

    It’s crucial that the next generation learns the truth about money before they leave the nest. This curriculum was designed to save you time and energy while equipping your students with the tools they need for a successful launch into the real world.

    Curriculum Features:

    • Video content on DVD, teacher resources on CD-ROM and one student text
    • Stand-alone chapters that can be used in any order
    • Pre-tests and post-tests for each chapter as well as a summative assessment
    • Scripture reference guide for additional study of biblical teaching related to finances
    • Teacher resources including ready-to-teach lesson plans, syllabi options and activities
    • No scripture references.
      This set includes:

      Digital Teacher's Edition - This brand-new addition to the Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool curriculum is a teacher guide on CD-Rom with activities, case studies, and assessments.

      Instructional Videos - This set of DVDs offers hours of engaging classroom instruction taught by Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze and Chris Hogan.

      Student Text - The Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool student text is a comprehensive, 288-page student softcover consumable. It provides students an opportunity to learn, practice, and apply important personal finance knowledge and skills. The 12 chapters are aligned with the National Standards for Financial Literacy.  This book is consumable, order more here if you are teaching more than one student. 

      foundationsU.com Blended Learning Site - The Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool curriculum comes with access to our blended learning site. foundationsU.com is full of interactive tools, relevant articles, and real-world activities on a student-focused website designed for all devices.

      Chapter Summaries

      Each chapter begins with a preview of what students will learn, key terms, and a pre-teach activity. In addition to the practical, real-world personal finance instruction, the student text is filled with graphs, charts, case studies, relevant statistics and quotes. Throughout each chapter, students are prompted with journal questions that require them to pause and reflect on what they've learned. This student-centered approach is intended to promote ownership of their learning. At the end of each chapter, students are provided a variety of opportunities to apply, review, and assess their understanding.

      Foundations in Personal Finance is designed in four distinct units. Each unit contains three chapters taught on video by Dave and his team.

      The instructors creatively weave in humor and real-life stories that educate and reinforce sound principles of managing money. While watching on video, students follow along using the student text.

      Unit 1- Saving and Budgeting

      Chapter 1: Introduction to Personal Finance
      Introduces the topic of personal finance, explores the evolution of the American credit industry, and highlights the importance of both knowledge and behavior when it comes to managing money.

      Chapter 2: Saving
      Emphasizes the importance of saving and explains the three reasons to save: emergencies, large purchases, and wealth building.

      Chapter 3: Budgeting
      Explores the purpose and process of writing a budget and the basics of banking, including balancing and reconciling a checking account.

      Unit 2- Credit and Debt

      Chapter 4: Debt
      Identifies the devastating costs of using debt as a financial tool, debunks credit myths, explains the elements of a credit score, identifies organizations that maintain consumer credit records, and summarizes major consumer credit laws.

      Chapter 5: Life After High School
      Explores 21st Century post-secondary education and career options, highlights the importance of avoiding debt as a young adult, and explains how to cash flow a college education.

      Chapter 6: Consumer Awareness
      Identifies factors that influence consumer behavior and the effect of inflation on buying power.

      Unit 3- Financial Planning and Insurance

      Chapter 7: Bargain Shopping
      Highlights the importance of bargain shopping as part of a healthy financial plan and identifies important negotiation strategies.

      Chapter 8: Investing & Retirement
      Establishes basic investing guidelines, describes and compares various types of investments, and identifies elements of employer benefits and retirement plans.

      Chapter 9: Insurance
      Identifies the purpose of financial risk management as well as the appropriate and most cost-effective risk management strategies.

      Unit 4- Income, Taxes, and Giving

      Chapter 10: Money & Relationships
      Identifies the differences among people's values and attitudes as they relate to money and highlights communication strategies for discussing financial issues.

      Chapter 11: Careers & Taxes
      Examines the importance of pursuing a career in line with your strengths, the elements of effective goal setting, the best practices of successful people, and types of income and taxes.

      Chapter 12: Giving
      Highlights the importance of giving of your time, talents, and money in order to serve others and leave a lasting legacy.

      Click here to order additional student workbooks.

      Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool is licensed for use in private, homeschool settings only. This item does not meet constitutional guidelines for use in public education.

      Updated 2021 Edition, SKU 4483910