EdPuzzle Thursday: Loose Change & REITs

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Aug 05, 2020
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EdPuzzle Thursday, Current Events, Investing

EdPuzzle is a great platform to test for knowledge while students watch a video and learn remotely. We will be releasing new EdPuzzle videos here on the blog each week so that your students can answer questions that are directly embedded within engaging videos. In light of the current pandemic, we will also be adding current event videos from Two Cents when relevant. So, on Thursday over the next few weeks, look for a combination of unit specific and current event EdPuzzle videos! 

This week we have two EdPuzzle videos; one focusing on your loose change (COVID-19) and one focusing on REITs. 

The first EdPuzzle video titled "What Should I Do With My Loose Change?" discusses the importance of your loose change, especially during a national coin shortage. 

 

 

In the second EdPuzzle video titled "Can You Get Into Real Estate for $100?" your students will learn about the details of REITs as an investment option. 

 

 

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 to 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 blog post or Amanda Volz's Tech Tip Video. If you would like more information, visit the EdPuzzle Teacher Support page!

About the Author

Amanda Volz

Amanda joins the NGPF Team with 18 years of experience teaching personal finance. During that time, she led her students to hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships, won multiple awards, and most importantly, impacted the financial lives of thousands of high school students. Amanda prides herself on being an educational leader and is constantly looking for innovative ways to make the classroom relevant, rigorous, and fun. She is a passionate advocate for financial education and has been a long time member of the NGPF community. Fun fact - Amanda was NGPF’s first teacher account! When Amanda isn’t working, she enjoys cooking, gardening, and traveling with her husband and two children.