EdPuzzle Thursday - INVESTING: Lebron Gets Investing Advice From Warren Buffett - What Does It Mean?!!

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Aug 14, 2019
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EdPuzzle Thursday

Want to assign videos with built-in questions? We will be releasing a new EdPuzzle video here on the blog each week so that your students can answer questions that are directly embedded within engaging videos. We are excited to share with you a new video each week and a new topic each month!

NBA player LeBron James asked investing expert Warren Buffett for some investing advice in a video we share often at FinCamps (link is provided in first comment of EdPuzzle) and NGPF team member, Yanely, breaks down Buffett's advice in this week's EdPuzzle video. Your students can learn and answer questions about what Buffett means by having a comfortable cash reserve, investing an index fund, dollar cost averaging and the importance of investing over a long period of time!

Interested in more EdPuzzle videos? Visit our Video Library and type in "EdPuzzle" into the search bar at the top to view the rest of our EdPuzzle videos! 

Note: You do NOT need to create an account to ACCESS EdPuzzle videos. But if you do create free teacher and student accounts, you will then be able capture and save student responses. For more tips and tricks on how to best implement these videos in your classroom, check out NGPF Fellow James Redelsheimer’s blogpost here, complete with clear steps and screenshots. If you would like more information, visit the EdPuzzle Teacher Support page!

 

About the Author

Abby Alcala

After graduating with a statistics major at UC Davis, Abby set off to Massachusetts to teach algebra 1 and geometry and enjoyed working with the curious and creative minds of high school students. She is passionate about helping students recognize and develop their strengths and leadership skills. She was instrumental in taking the high school cheer team to regional competitions, as well as elevating school spirit and pride through creating unity amongst the study body and educators. Back in the Bay Area, Abby is excited to work with other educators to build and share content to enhance the teaching experience in applied math and finance.