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ECCB Engages High School Teachers in Train the Trainers Workshop

High school teachers throughout the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) gathered to experience various techniques for creating and delivering exciting and compelling presentations on business and money management as the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) hosted a Train the Trainers workshop for High School teachers on Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The workshop provided knowledge, practical skills and a greater understanding of how to teach young people about business and money management issues. According to the teachers, public servants and other participants, they gained insights on how to use creative thinking techniques as well as visual, auditory and hands-on teaching tools to prepare information and engage students in discussions on business and money management.

The topics covered at the workshop, which was conducted from the ECCB headquarters in St. Kitts by video conference are:

  1. Different learning styles and how to accommodate them;
  2. Using creative thinking to solve problems;
  3. Unlocking the television in trainees’ minds – awakening the mind’s eye;
  4. The nuts and bolts of saving; and
  5. Energising Training.

The ECCB has hosted similar workshops for churches and financial institutions as part of its financial and economic public education programme, with this being geared at heralding in Financial month, which began October 1.

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High school teachers throughout the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) gathered to experience various techniques for creating and delivering exciting and compelling presentations on business and money management as the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) hosted a Train the Trainers workshop for High School teachers on Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The workshop provided knowledge, practical skills and a greater understanding of how to teach young people about business and money management issues. According to the teachers, public servants and other participants, they gained insights on how to use creative thinking techniques as well as visual, auditory and hands-on teaching tools to prepare information and engage students in discussions on business and money management.

The topics covered at the workshop, which was conducted from the ECCB headquarters in St. Kitts by video conference are:

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  1. Different learning styles and how to accommodate them;
  2. Using creative thinking to solve problems;
  3. Unlocking the television in trainees’ minds – awakening the mind’s eye;
  4. The nuts and bolts of saving; and
  5. Energising Training.

The ECCB has hosted similar workshops for churches and financial institutions as part of its financial and economic public education programme, with this being geared at heralding in Financial month, which began October 1.