We are pleased to announce that The McGraw-Hill Companies hasve graciously allowed NYACCE to post the Talking Financial Literacy Podcast on the NYACCE podcast feed for our membership and the world of adult educators to enjoy!
Thank you McGraw-Hill Companies for your generosity to the adult education communtiy!
Talking Financial Literacy is produced in collaboration among the MS in Adult Education and HRD at Fordham University and The McGraw-Hill Companies.
Live from the Great
State of New York!
York Association of Adult
Community/Continuing Education's Community Podcast ChannelSM
in a "community feed"SM format. The purpose is to provide
easy way for
NYACCE member programs and members to share their activities with other
educators of adults in a convenient, consolidated, web- and podcast-
broadcasted format. NYACCE's Community
Feed PodcastSM is developed, produced and broadcast by Fordham University's graduate program in Adult Education and
Human Resource Development in New York City (www.fordham.edu/aded) and Transformation Education LLC.
Financial Literacy is Mission Critical Lifelong Learning! Welcome to the series!Our first episode provides an introduction to the new world of Financial Literacy. Talking Financial Literacy is a global discussion dealing with educational needs emerging from the ever changing world of personal finance. Co-hosted by Mark Gura and Dr. Kathleen P. King (Kathy) this new series provides professional development and resources for educators, students and lifelong learners. Finding our way to and through the impressive amount of material on this subject, this 24 episode series will be both a report and an investigation.
Defining Financial Literacy A continuing theme… let’s begin with a definition from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_literacy
Financial literacy is the ability of individuals to make appropriate decisions in managing their personal finances. Raising levels of financial literacy is now a focus of government programs in countries including Australia, Japan, the United States and the UK. …”
We will be looking for academic standards in Financial Literacy as the series progresses.
And there is more…you will be able to find NYACCE Community Podcast Feed Channel on
podcastpickle (www.podcastpickle.com) and other
popular podcast posting websites.
You can download individual episodes or
subscribe to our series for free.
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