EconomicsWisconsin
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Economic and Financial Literacy Education in Wisconsin
August, 2019
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How to engage students in active learning
Every year teachers struggle how to engage their students. Have you tried active learning? What is active learning? Here are a few trick and tips that may help you in your calssroom.
Special Event
On October 3, 2019, Department of Financial Institutions will host Sallie Mae and Dee-1 at the Overture Center for the Arts in Madison. All students, counselors, and educators are welcome at this free event which will include a college fair with representatives from public, private, and technical colleges and universities. Dee-1 will also speak to students about the importance of not only attending college but also graduating from college and provide tips for finding scholarships, applying for financial aid, and paying back student loans. 
New Financial Fitness for Life
Are your high school students prepared to make sound economic decisions in the ways of income, spending, saving, borrowing, investing and managing money? The New Financial Fitness for Life Third Edition helps teachers prepare students for life beyond the classroom by presenting materials based on real-world concepts in a way that reinforces learning through practice.