Presentation on theme: "You Can Be an SMG Broker A Project-based Learning Model Using the Stock Market Game Program."— Presentation transcript:
You Can Be an SMG Broker A Project-based Learning Model Using the Stock Market Game Program
What is Project Based Learning? Long-term Interdisciplinary Student-centered Relates to real-world issues and practices Driving question Impacts students process skills Visit Buck Institute www.bie.org to learn more about project based learning
SMG Brokerage The prestigious SMG Brokerage firm is looking for quality investment professionals. Do your students have what it takes? Who Wants to Be A Broker?
You Can Be A Broker Project Purpose & Goals Explore role of investment professionals Simulate duties of professionals Understand risks and rewards of investing Develop and manage a clients portfolio using Stock Market Game Program
Team Project Team Decision-making Team Folder of Deliverables
You Can Be A Broker I. Interview II. Role-Play III. Develop Portfolio IV. Presentation
Interview an investment professional I. Interview
Interview Objectives: Seek career information Meeting clients needs Investment strategies Research Portfolio management Ethics Interviewing is a life skill!
Interview Process & Deliverables (See handout 1.) Invitation Prepare questions Interview Summary Report Thank you letter Invite back again
II. Role Play Assume the role of the investment professional
Real people (parents, teachers, colleagues, business people) Fictitious profiles designed by teacher or students Who will be the clients?
Determine clients risk assessment Use project assessment quiz Develop own quiz Use quiz provided by broker Role-play! Mock interview! Real interview!
Step 4: Collaborate on stock selections for client portfolio
Step 5: Make buys and build portfolio Diversify!!
Step 6: Research and re-evaluate Buy and/or sell
Client Portfolio Objectives Identify securities, stock classifications, stock sectors and industries Read & interpret stock data Research prospective companies for portfolio Understand market, economic, and industry conditions that affect stock market Understand importance of diversification Analysis
Client Portfolio Deliverables: (See handout 3.) Research data (company profiles, stock data, news reports, analyst recommendations, industry reports, economic reports, etc.) Persuasive writing (stock selections) Portfolio reports Journaling (reflections & evaluations) Pie chart – reflecting diversification Written recommendation of investment plan
4. Presentation Make a final presentation to the client of the stock portfolio
Presentation Team presentations Use PowerPoint Audience - Invite clients, brokers, parents, other teachers or classes!
Presentation-Deliverables (See handout 4.) Profile and assessment of client Charts of stocks in portfolio (reflecting diversification) Charts/spreadsheets reflecting portfolio peaks, valleys, current status Sample portfolio pages
Presentation-Deliverables Reflections – why stock has done well or not Projections – how portfolio will perform in 1 year (or 10 years) Future investment strategy recommendations
Presentation-Evaluation Use rubric to evaluate content, presentation and organizational skills Allow audience feedback Critique by clients and professional brokers
Outcomes: Students will have used: Interviewing skills Computer skills Research skills Writing skills Process skills Presentation skills
Questions? Thanks! Susan Sandage Kentucky Council on Economic Education
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