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ERIC Number: ED017847
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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FAMILY FINANCE EDUCATION, AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH. VOLUME I.
GIBBS, MARY S., ED.; AND OTHERS
THE FIRST OF TWO VOLUMES PRESENTS SCHOOL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AS IT RELATES TO FAMILY FINANCE AND BACKGROUND FOR MONEY MANAGEMENT. AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH IS USED, BASED ON PHILOSOPHY, SOCIOLOGY, AND PSYCHOLOGY. PART I DEALS WITH GENERAL CURRICULUM PLANNING, CONCEPT FORMATION, ESTABLISHING BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES, OVERVIEW OF CURRICULUM PATTERNS, PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES, AND EVALUATION OF FAMILY FINANCE EDUCATION. IT IS EMPHASIZED THAT STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO EVALUATE THE WORTH OF WHAT THEY HAVE LEARNED AND MAKE SOUND DECISIONS ABOUT EARNING AND SPENDING OF MONEY. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES MUST BE CONSIDERED AS WELL AS UTILIZATION OF APPROPRIATE MATERIALS AND RESOURCES. FAMILY FINANCE CAN BE INTEGRATED INTO ESTABLISHED CURRICULUMS OF HOME ECONOMICS, ECONOMICS, HISTORY, SOCIOLOGY, GEOGRAPHY, HEALTH, LANGUAGE ARTS, OR ANY COMBINATION OF THESE SUBJECTS. PART II DISCUSSES AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMIC EDUCATION, PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MONEY MANAGEMENT, SOCIOLOGICAL FACTORS RELATED TO MONEY MANAGEMENT, AND DECISION MAKING FROM A FAMILY UNIT POINT OF VIEW. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE CENTER FOR EDUCATION IN FAMILY FINANCE, INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA. 100 PAGES. (PT)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana State Univ., Terre Haute. Center for Education in Family Finance.
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