Banzai, a freepersonal finance curriculum, teaches students how to prioritize spending decisions through real-life scenarios. Banzai Junior is designed for elementary-grade students (aged 8–12); Banzai Teen, for middle, junior high, and high school students (aged 13–18); and BanzaiPlus, for advanced classes (aged 16 and up).
“The House on Elm Street” is an exercise developed by Professor George J. Siedel with support from the University of Michigan. The activity involves the sale of a house. The twist in the exercise is that unknown to the seller, the buyer is a secret agent representing a large company.
For social studies educators who want to actively engage their students in learning about government, law, economics, or citizenship, The Civic Mirror created by Action-Ed Learning Resources, brings these subjects to life both in class and online.