Jan 25, 2022
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Curriculum Announcements: Racial Discrimination in Finance Nearpods

NGPF is excited to share that the Racial Discrimination in Finance Mini Unit has been “Nearpod-ized”! Each lesson from the new mini-unit has an accompanying Nearpod to make lesson planning a little bit easier. 

What is the Racial Discrimination in Finance Mini Unit?

This mini-unit is designed for students to examine the role of discrimination in personal finance and its impact on historically excluded communities in the United States. It was developed in response to the popularity of the History of Racism Virtual PDs and numerous teacher requests to transform that content into student-facing curriculum. To learn more, read the Unit Introduction and FAQs.

Where can I find these Nearpod lessons? 

To find these Nearpod lessons, go to the Racial Discrimination in Finance Mini Unit page. Then, click on the lesson you want and click the orange “View Nearpod Lesson” button.

 

How can I customize these Nearpod lessons for my classroom?

This blog post will walk you through how to customize these pre-made Nearpod lessons for your classroom.

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Looking for more ideas on how to use NGPF materials in your classroom? Check out our upcoming Virtual PD opportunities!

About the Author

Kathryn Dawson

Kathryn (she/her) is excited to join the NGPF team after 9 years of experience in education as a mentor, tutor, and special education teacher. She is a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in policy analysis and management and has a master's degree in education from Brooklyn College. Kathryn is looking forward to bringing her passion for accessibility and educational justice into curriculum design at NGPF. During her free time, Kathryn loves embarking on cooking projects, walking around her Seattle neighborhood with her partner and dog, or lounging in a hammock with a book.

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