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FoolProof provides you many teacher tools, including teacher guides and suggested daily lesson plans.
And we love it when you submit other teaching ideas!
Here's a module-by-module rundown.
If you have new ideas on using FoolProof with your students, or suggestions on improving the FoolProof experience, please share them with us!
Here are some lesson ideas & teaching tips that have been shared with the FoolProof team by teachers around America.
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Parents like to see their kids' progress when it comes to financial literacy and responsibility.
Why not print out and issue the FoolProof Certificate and award it to each student who completes the FoolProof modular program?
You can find the certificate in your "Teacher Account."
Compare your students' financial literacy skills before and after working through the FoolProof modules.
You could even add the students' pre and post-test scores to their Certificate of Completion.
You can find the pre-test in your personal "Teacher Account."
FoolProof's year-round consumer website for young people. Throughout the modules your students will be directed to this site to find extra information.
CUHQ is updated monthly with a new article.
The backbone of the "Burning Money" series.
Each student records every expense for 7 days on our printed Spending Journal, then, periodically transfers the expenses to his or her online account.
Each student's individual expenses are then used in teaching examples for that student throughout the entire "Burning Money" series.
You can find the spending journal in your "Teacher Account."
First we show you how to set up your own teacher account, next we show you how to get your students started.
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