Bestselling author and financial expert Robert Kiyosaki believes that learning doesn't just happen in a classroom or from a book. That is why Cashflow Classic game is a perfect example ''to inject real fun into learning about money and investing.'' Your students will be able to learn how to think abundantly no matter where they came from.
Let us remind ourselves that ''students can respond well to being involved in a game so that the experience can fix a concept vividly in their minds.'' The website provides a variety of games and concepts that teach students different economic principles: when commodity emerges as a medium of exchange or when students privately choose form of investing.
This short article will introduce you to the challenges of different economic classes and ways various people learn. In Warren's words, ''Class pervades the values and the purposes of colleges and universities. It contributes to determining the courses offered and the books read and discussed. Still, it is a diversity issue rarely acknowledged.''
Although the article is mostly aimed at college students, many of these entrepreneurship ideas can be adapted by younger students. It is so important to teach your students to hustle and that their previous circumstances do not define how their future can look like.
Thomas Corley, a bestseller author of books on financial freedom advocates how young people, their parents and educators can change their financial future and their behavior. Peter's attitude is quite contagious and useful, ''We don’t have a wealth gap in this country we have a parent gap. We don’t have income inequality, we have parent inequality.''
One of the ways to overcome teaching beyond content is to teach empathy. Terry Heick defines empathy as ''the cognitive and emotional double helix that can create a bridge between classroom learning and real-life application.'' The text is full of useful questions about eliciting empathy and introductions to empathy applications.
Responsibility Training teaches young people to be responsible about everything they do in the classroom. Dr. Jones advocating this behavior especially when it comes to saving time in the transitions. Such procedure can be subsequently applied to hustle in real life.
The best way to deal with inequality and poverty in your classroom is to teach your students that they have options. And options they can perfectly relate to are entrepreneurs described in brilliant films. Our favorite all time classics are Godfather, Forrest Gump, Pursuit of Happiness, Pay it Forward.