Register for the 58th Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference, the country’s premier event for teachers to exchange ideas while learning about opportunities to incorporate personal finance and economics into their K-12 classrooms!
Join us October 4-5 in Los Angeles, California for workshops, panels, exhibits, award presentations, and more.
Your students will find that the business cycle helps them understand economic theories with much more ease after this lesson plan.
Technical definitions, impacts on GDP and unemployment, as well as graphs are covered. We have over 200 college courses that prepare you to earn credit by exam that is accepted by over 1,500 colleges and universities.
So today we’re going to talk about plans, because you need to have a plan of action to hit your goals…
(Watch this video…) I’ve put together a 1-page outline template for you which asks for the following information: – Name of business – Vision for the business – Who is the target market? (be specific) – What makes us different from the competition?
Identifying what you want to cover in your coaching sessions, and in what general order, will make your job as a coach focused and manageable.
Although genuine “coaching” is about the client’s agenda and needs, a good coach will always have an overall plan for progressing from one session to the next.
With coaching, it is equally important to develop a successful lesson plan.
A carefully thought-out coaching lesson plan makes it possible to provide clients with the right amount of information at the right time.