Evidence Based Practice Library

High-Impact Strategies & Financial Literacy: Next Steps

Teachers can increase the practice of prompting students to write down how much money they have earned this session in their notebook or in their My Digitability Earnings worksheet. Teachers can ask if students plan to spend or save their money. They can then review upcoming expenses like bills, rewards or paid to attend events. 

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Classroom Social Economy: Informal Assessment

Teachers use the Social Economy dollar system by using the phrase, "For a Participation Dollar” Learn More


Literacy Support: Guided Activity

Teachers increase literacy of new tech and work-ready vocabulary, by creating a word wall. Learn more


Literacy & Language: Informal Assessment

During the Informal Assessment, teachers prompt the whole class to say the key concept together. Learn More


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 -Jane Cordero, M. Ed., Secondary Special Education Coordinator at Hill-Freedman World Academy.