In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Facilitate students’ navigation through money management apps.
- Facilitate students’ ability to determine and judge appropriate use of apps.
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What is an electronic money management application or platform?
I. Describe the types of money management applications
a. Credit Management
b. Investment Management
c. Lesson: Students will use Credit Karma and Credit Sesame to assess scenarios.
II. Describe a credit management application.
a. Describe Brief History and development of the Credit management app.
b. Describe various platforms and options.
c. Lesson: Students determine purpose; and decide/rate apps (Stash, Robinhood, Coinbase, Webull, and Betterment) using categories – Education, Savings feature, Investment choices, trading ability, and management aid to decide overall quality.
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