Monday, August 13, 2012

Teaching Insurance

Insurance is often the forgotten content in financial education. Here are a list of my favorite free insurance education resources. Each organizations offers a full compliment of lesson plans, tools, presentation material, and in many cases videos.

The Griffith Foundation provide K-12 teachers and guidance counselors with the information and tools they need to teach these concepts to their students and make them aware of the career opportunities in these disciplines.

The Ohio Insurance Institute provide free resources to help explain the theory and everyday workings of insurance — information students will need as they enter the adult world. We even provide lesson plans to help take the guesswork out of what to teach.

The Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education (LIFE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping consumers make smart insurance decisions to safeguard their families’ financial futures. The main topics we address in our educational efforts are life, disability, long-term care and health insurance.

InVEST is dedicated to give you a foundation for your study of insurance through the InVEST program. Just as you must learn a new language when you decide to move to a foreign country, it is important for you to have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of property and casualty insurance, of which automobile insurance is a part.

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