Junior Achievement is here to ensure that you have a great volunteer experience and are prepared to effectively deliver JA programs. Are you nervous or unsure about how to manage a class full of energetic students? Do you need help going through the materials in your JA program?
Middle & High School Classroom Management, Part 1 – Do you have questions about the behaviors you might encounter in the classroom? This video provides helpful tips and techniques.
Middle & High School Classroom Management, Part 2 – This video will help you manage behaviors and keep students focused on learning outcomes.
Elementary Classroom Management, Part 1 – Learn techniques to help you connect with students.
Elementary Classroom Management, Part 2 – This video provides useful and easy to implement classroom management tips.
What to bring to your JA in a Day – Do you have questions about how the day will flow, where to go or what to wear? Watch this short video for answers to FAQs.
Preparing for your JA in a Day – Learn how to plan and prepare for a successful JA in a Day.
Traditional Classrooms – Are you wondering what to wear, where to park or what to bring? Learn the answers to your questions and more.
JA in a Day: Elementary School – This video is shown to elementary school students at the start of their JA in a Day.
JA in a Day: Middle School – This video is shown to middle school students at the start of their JA in a Day.
JA Start It Up – Click here for JA Start it Up program videos and presentations.
JA Going Global – Click here for JA Going Global program videos and presentations.
Lesson Planning Guide – A simple printable worksheet to help you plan your JA lesson.
Bilingual Classrooms – A one-page guide for volunteers preparing to teach entirely or partially in Spanish.
Teaching in Teams: Tips and Suggestions – One page of tips and suggestions to save you preparation time and ensure a seamless partnership.
JA in a Day Timeline – Overview for how a JA in a Day unfolds, from beginning to end.
JA in a Day “Frequently Asked Questions” – Online listing of common logistic and classroom questions.
JA Finance Park – An overview of JA’s financial literacy simulation in which middle and high school students immerse themselves in a reality-based decision making process addressing aspects of individual and family budgeting.
1st Grade – Our Families
Developmental Characteristics of 1st Grade Students
2nd Grade – Our Communities
Developmental Characteristics of 2nd Grade Students
3rd Grade – Our City
4th Grade – Our Region
Developmental Characteristics of 4th Grade Students
JA Global Marketplace
McDonalds/fast food menu items from around the world
Pictures of Foreign Currency by continent/country
JA It’s My Business
JA It’s My Future