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SUGGESTED LESSON PLANS

Use our Lesson Plans to present financial education webinars, workshops or class discussions with your students. Each topic comes with an educator guide for the presenter and the PowerPoint presentation (link to the PowerPoint is within the educator guide document).

PSYCHOLOGY OF MONEY

NOTE: Additional resources are available to students via their Student Toolkit. Feel free to utilize those resources for your curriculum as well; you may access the Student Toolkit via your Financial Avenue demo account.

PRESENTATIONS

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POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

BRAINATOMY MINDFULLNESS THE TECHNICAL STUFF WHAT’S UP WITH THE LIMBIC BRAIN

WHY YOUR BRAIN IS LAZY

MARKETING

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ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • Have You made a poor spending choice? A lot of us have; it’s part of being human. Let the #Knowl help you identify your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to money! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Not sure if there are external factors in your financial decision-making? The #Knowl is here to help you identify them! FinancialAvenue.org
  • The #Knowl has some empowering tips to retrain your brain from better financial decision-making. Curious what they are? FinancialAvenue.org
  • Brain power = money power. Build both with @MoneyKnowl and FinancialAvenue.org.
  • Your brain is lazy. Fight Lazy Brain with the #Knowl and FinancialAvenue.org
PRESENTATIONS

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POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

BANKS AND PRODUCTS BUDGETING MAKING A SPENDING PLAN SHORT AND LONG TERM GOALS SMART GOALS SPENDING PLAN WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH $1,000?

MARKETING

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ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • A solid foundation in money management is so important! Don’t take our word – hear from the #Knowl! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Grasp the basics of money management with the #Knowl today. FinancialAvenue.org
  • The #Knowl has a 3-step foundation of money management process he wants to share with you. Check it out! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Nobody likes the B word – budget – but the #Knowl makes it easy! Put your budget together with a little help from FinancialAvenue.org
PRESENTATIONS

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POWERPOINT PREZI

PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

COVERING THE GAP GETTING A BIGGER BANG FOR YOUR COLLEGE BUCK MAKING AN ACADEMIC PLAN PICKING A MAJOR THAT PAYS TYPES OF HIGHER EDUCATION UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL AID YOUR YEARLY COLLEGE CHECKUP

MARKETING

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ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • Hmmm, will your college degree be worth the money you’re paying for it? The #Knowl has some good info about maximizing the value & minimizing the cost! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Want to get a bigger bang for your buck when it comes to college expenses? The #Knowl has 5 steps to help you out! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Keep costs down. Continue progressing through school. Sounds easy enough. Or is it? The #Knowl has some advice for you! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Do you know how long you’re going to be in school and how much that will cost? Find out with help from the #Knowl & FinancialAvenue.org
PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

INTRODUCING THE FAFSA MAKING SURE YOU HAVE ENOUGH AID

MARKETING

Use this text article to insert in email communications or newsletters that you share with your students. The article highlights the benefits of the course and encourages participation in that course. Also encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • Filling out your FAFSA is an important step in getting financial aid for college. Let the #Knowl take you through the steps! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Got 30 minutes? Complete the FAFSA! You may be eligible for thousands of dollars in student aid, and the #Knowl can help! FinancialAvenue.org
  • $$$ Looking for student aid? Join the #Knowl as he walks you through the FAFSA. FinancialAvenue.org
    Loan Guidance
  • Loans can turn into a scary tangle of debt, stress, and confusion. The #Knowl doesn’t want that for you! FinancialAvenue.org
  • The #Knowl has some helpful tips for monitoring and managing your student loans! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Every financial step you take right now determines the future of your money. Don’t let student debt be an issue for you! Let the #Knowl guide you. FinancialAvenue.org
  • Average student loan debt is $35,000 at graduation. Learn to manage your borrowing & prepare for repayment with @MoneyKnowl wisdom. #Knowl
  • Do you know your borrowing limit for federal student loans? The #Knowl does & he’ll share that info with you. FinancialAvenue.org
PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

SUGGESTED LESSON PLANS

Use our Lesson Plans to present financial education webinars, workshops or class discussions with your students. Each topic comes with an educator guide for the presenter and the PowerPoint presentation (link to the PowerPoint is within the educator guide document).

STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT

NOTE: Additional resources are available to students via their Student Toolkit. Feel free to utilize those resources for your curriculum as well; you may access the Student Toolkit via your Financial Avenue demo account.

PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

CAPITALIZATION CASE STUDY CONSEQUENCES OF DEFAULT AND DELINQUENCY
CREATING YOUR DEGREE COMPLETION PLAN EACH LOAN IS DIFFERENT IN SCHOOL, OUT OF POCKET LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAMS OWN YOUR LOANS PROS AND CONS OF CONSOLIDATATING YOUR LOANS PROS AND CONS OF OVERBORROWING WHAT IS CAPITALIZATION? WHAT’S AN AGGREGATE LOAN LIMIT? YOUR MASTER PROMISSORY NOTE

MARKETING

Use this text article to insert in email communications or newsletters that you share with your students. The article highlights the benefits of the course and encourages participation in that course. Also encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • Loans can turn into a scary tangle of debt, stress, and confusion. The #Knowl doesn’t want that for you! FinancialAvenue.org
  • The #Knowl has some helpful tips for monitoring and managing your student loans! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Every financial step you take right now determines the future of your money. Don’t let student debt be an issue for you! Let the #Knowl guide you. FinancialAvenue.org
  • Average student loan debt is $35,000 at graduation. Learn to manage your borrowing & prepare for repayment with @MoneyKnowl wisdom. #Knowl
  • Do you know your borrowing limit for federal student loans? The #Knowl does & he’ll share that info with you. FinancialAvenue.org
MARKETING

Encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

COURSE FLYER

PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

BEING A STRONG JOB APPLICANT GETTING A JOB OFFER GETTING YOUR FIRST JOB LOOKING AHEAD MONEY MAKING BLUEPRINT RESUME TIPS WHAT’S IN YOUR PAYCHECK? WORKING IN COLLEGE

MARKETING

Use this text article to insert in email communications or newsletters that you share with your students. The article highlights the benefits of the course and encourages participation in that course. Also encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • The #Knowl wants to help you become a strong applicant or employee! He may just help you land your next big gig. FinancialAvenue.org
  • Career goals + financial goals = track to financial success. The #Knowl is here to guide you on your journey! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Resumes, interviews, getting a job, and understanding your pay; the #Knowl knows it all. Get the lowdown! FinancialAvenue.org
PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

HOW TO BUILD OR REPAIR YOUR CREDIT SCORE LOOKING OUT FOR ID THEFT AND CONSUMER FRAUD
WHAT IMPACTS YOUR CREDIT SCORE YOUR CREDIT HISTORY AND FINANCIAL STORY YOUR CREDIT REPORT AND SCORE

MARKETING

Use this text article to insert in email communications or newsletters that you share with your students. The article highlights the benefits of the course and encourages participation in that course. Also encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • Credit history. Credit score. Credit report. Let the #Knowl help you understand your financial story! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Your credit could be the difference in whether or not you land your dream job. Really? Yup – the #Knowl wants you to be informed to help you avoid this mishap! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Building and repairing credit can make an impact on your future financial decisions. The #Knowl has some wise advice to keep your credit score in good standing! FinancialAvenue.org
  • 81% of students underestimate the time it takes to pay off credit cards. Check your credit knowledge with the #Knowl & FinancialAvenue.org
  • 12.7 million folks were ID theft victims last year. Learn to protect yourself & spot warning signs with the #Knowl & FinancialAvenue.org
PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

IMPULSE BUYING PLUGGING SPENDING LEAKS SHOPPING SMARTLY SMART SHOPPING TIPS SPENDING AND BORROWING MONEY WHERE DO YOU WANT YOUR MONEY TO GO?

MARKETING

Use this text article to insert in email communications or newsletters that you share with your students. The article highlights the benefits of the course and encourages participation in that course. Also encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • Taking control of your spending and borrowing seems important, right? The #Knowl thinks so. Learn more at FinancialAvenue.org
  • Did you buy something you regretted purchasing later? It’s okay, you’re not alone – the #Knowl has too. Overcome these buying forces! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Making wise spending choices can be difficult! The #Knowl wants to help these decisions come easy and naturally to you. FinancialAvenue.org
  • Managing your money isn’t just about saving – let’s talk about spending! The #Knowl tells you how to do it wisely. FinancialAvenue.org
  • Do you always read the fine print? The #Knowl can tell you why you should! Navigate those tricky contracts with FinancialAvenue.org
PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

AVOIDING DEBT ELIMINATING DEBT HANDLING DEBT HOW DOES INTEREST WORK AND WHAT DOES IT COST? HOW TO ELIMINATE DEBT MANAGING AND REPAYING DEBT PRESENT YOU VS. FUTURE YOU WHY YOU SHOULD PAY MORE THAN THE MINIMUM

MARKETING

Use this text article to insert in email communications or newsletters that you share with your students. The article highlights the benefits of the course and encourages participation in that course. Also encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • The #Knowl has some strategies to eliminate or manage your debt. Check ‘em out so you can avoid unnecessary debt in the future! FinancialAvenue.org
  • Most people take on some form of debt at some point in their lives. The #Knowl is here to talk about what to do if and when you get caught in a debt rut. FinancialAvenue.org
  • The #Knowl wants to share some small steps you can take to manage and start to repay your debt. FinancialAvenue.org
  • No, debt snowballs & avalanches aren’t things that happen in Alaska. The #Knowl shares these repayment strategies at FinancialAvenue.org
MARKETING

Encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

COURSE FLYER

SUGGESTED LESSON PLANS

Use our Lesson Plans to present financial education webinars, workshops or class discussions with your students. Each topic comes with an educator guide for the presenter and the PowerPoint presentation (link to the PowerPoint is within the educator guide document).

RACIAL WEALTH DIVIDE

NOTE: Additional resources are available to students via their Student Toolkit. Feel free to utilize those resources for your curriculum as well; you may access the Student Toolkit via your Financial Avenue demo account.

PRESENTATIONS

Supplement each course with discussion questions and activities by exploring these course PowerPoints and Prezis.

POWERPOINT PREZI

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

A DAY IN THE FINANCIAL LIFE EMERGENCY SAVINGS HOW INSURANCE WORKS INTEREST, RETURNS AND INVESTING LEASING VS. BUYING A CAR RENTING VS. OWNING A HOME

MARKETING

Use this text article to insert in email communications or newsletters that you share with your students. The article highlights the benefits of the course and encourages participation in that course. Also encourage participants to complete a course in Financial Avenue by posting or distributing this flyer. The flyer contains an area where you can insert your School/Organization Name and unique Access Code.

ARTICLE TEMPLATE COURSE FLYER

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
  • Got major money decisions on your mind? The #Knowl wants to help. FinancialAvenue.org
  • Car. House. Insurance. Purchasing one or all of these may seem like a big decision, right? Let the #Knowl guide you on making the best decisions for your future. FinancialAvenue.org
  • The #Knowl wants to empower you to make the best money choices possible. Your future self will thank you! FinancialAvenue.org
  • A penny doubled every day for 30 days = $10.7 million. The #Knowl loves compound interest; learn about it with FinancialAvenue.org
  • The future of your money is closer than you think. The #Knowl can help you prepare at FinancialAvenue.org
  • Invest in your future self by learning about your investment options. Learn the basics with a little #Knowl know-how. FinancialAvenue.org
EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

BRAINATOMY MINDFULLNESS THE TECHNICAL STUFF WHAT’S UP WITH THE LIMBIC BRAIN

WHY YOUR BRAIN IS LAZY

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

BANKS AND PRODUCTS BUDGETING MAKING A SPENDING PLAN SHORT AND LONG TERM GOALS SMART GOALS SPENDING PLAN WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH $1,000?

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

COVERING THE GAP GETTING A BIGGER BANG FOR YOUR COLLEGE BUCK MAKING AN ACADEMIC PLAN PICKING A MAJOR THAT PAYS TYPES OF HIGHER EDUCATION UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL AID YOUR YEARLY COLLEGE CHECKUP

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

INTRODUCING THE FAFSA MAKING SURE YOU HAVE ENOUGH AID

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

CAPITALIZATION CASE STUDY CONSEQUENCES OF DEFAULT AND DELINQUENCY
CREATING YOUR DEGREE COMPLETION PLAN EACH LOAN IS DIFFERENT IN SCHOOL, OUT OF POCKET LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAMS OWN YOUR LOANS PROS AND CONS OF CONSOLIDATATING YOUR LOANS PROS AND CONS OF OVERBORROWING WHAT IS CAPITALIZATION? WHAT’S AN AGGREGATE LOAN LIMIT? YOUR MASTER PROMISSORY NOTE

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

BEING A STRONG JOB APPLICANT GETTING A JOB OFFER GETTING YOUR FIRST JOB LOOKING AHEAD MONEY MAKING BLUEPRINT RESUME TIPS WHAT’S IN YOUR PAYCHECK? WORKING IN COLLEGE

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

HOW TO BUILD OR REPAIR YOUR CREDIT SCORE LOOKING OUT FOR ID THEFT AND CONSUMER FRAUD
WHAT IMPACTS YOUR CREDIT SCORE YOUR CREDIT HISTORY AND FINANCIAL STORY YOUR CREDIT REPORT AND SCORE

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

IMPULSE BUYING PLUGGING SPENDING LEAKS SHOPPING SMARTLY SMART SHOPPING TIPS SPENDING AND BORROWING MONEY WHERE DO YOU WANT YOUR MONEY TO GO?

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

AVOIDING DEBT ELIMINATING DEBT HANDLING DEBT HOW DOES INTEREST WORK AND WHAT DOES IT COST? HOW TO ELIMINATE DEBT MANAGING AND REPAYING DEBT PRESENT YOU VS. FUTURE YOU WHY YOU SHOULD PAY MORE THAN THE MINIMUM

EMBEDDABLE VIDEOS

Every course contains dynamic video content, which we’ve made accessible outside of the Financial Avenue program. Use these embeddable links in PowerPoints during class, as part of a discussion (e.g. Financial Aid Night), on a website, or any other channel you see fit to further deliver relevant and meaningful financial education content to your students.

A DAY IN THE FINANCIAL LIFE EMERGENCY SAVINGS HOW INSURANCE WORKS INTEREST, RETURNS AND INVESTING LEASING VS. BUYING A CAR RENTING VS. OWNING A HOME

Use our Lesson Plans to present financial education webinars, workshops or class discussions with your students. Each topic comes with an educator guide for the presenter and the PowerPoint presentation (link to the PowerPoint is within the educator guide document).

PSYCHOLOGY OF MONEY

NOTE: Additional resources are available to students via their Student Toolkit. Feel free to utilize those resources for your curriculum as well; you may access the Student Toolkit via your Financial Avenue demo account.

Use our Lesson Plans to present financial education webinars, workshops or class discussions with your students. Each topic comes with an educator guide for the presenter and the PowerPoint presentation (link to the PowerPoint is within the educator guide document).

RACIAL WEALTH DIVIDE

NOTE: Additional resources are available to students via their Student Toolkit. Feel free to utilize those resources for your curriculum as well; you may access the Student Toolkit via your Financial Avenue demo account.

Use our Lesson Plans to present financial education webinars, workshops or class discussions with your students. Each topic comes with an educator guide for the presenter and the PowerPoint presentation (link to the PowerPoint is within the educator guide document).

STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT

NOTE: Additional resources are available to students via their Student Toolkit. Feel free to utilize those resources for your curriculum as well; you may access the Student Toolkit via your Financial Avenue demo account.

Additional resources to support our Financial Avenue courses.

FINANCIAL AVENUE JEOPARDY PPT FINANCIAL AVENUE JEOPARDY GUIDE & ANSWER KEY

Numerous high schools and colleges/universities have recognized the need for financial education and have chosen to implement Financial Avenue. However, if you’re not really sure how to find time to squeeze Financial Avenue into your already packed class or you’re struggling to get students motivated to participate, check out these best practices, which are common to established programs around the country.

BEST PRACTICES FOR LAUNCHING FINANCIAL AVENUE AT HIGH SCHOOLS BEST PRACTICES FOR LAUNCHING FINANCIAL AVENUE AT COLLEGES SMART TRACK ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES SUCCESS STORY: FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND MERCHANDISING SUCCESS STORY: STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK SUCCESS STORY: UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON SUCCESS STORY: UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT KEARNEY

Have you uncovered an innovative way to implement Financial Avenue with your students? Share your best practice with other Financial Avenue administrators by posting your idea to the Financial Avenue Facebook page.

Financial Avenue is a curriculum-based, e-learning program, which was developed in accordance with the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Literacy and Education Commission’s financial education core competencies, as well as the Jump$tart K-12 recommended guidelines (applicable to high schools) and the National Standards for Adult Financial Literacy Education. View the Learning Objectives handout to discover what each course covers.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OBJECTIVES (ESPAÑOL)

Many states have predetermined standards for how personal finance, economics, or financial literacy will be delivered at the high school level. We have compared the Financial Avenue learning objectives against some of our partner states’ standards, providing you with a simple way to ensure you’re compliant with standards.

CALIFORNIA NEBRASKA OREGON

Students who are establishing a new Financial Avenue account starting April 2, 2016 will be asked to participate in a short survey related to their financial behaviors. The purpose of this behavioral assessment is to look at financial behaviors of students prior to completing Financial Avenue courses in order to gain a balanced perspective of baseline financial knowledge prior to the program. The responses will be kept anonymous and shared annually as part of Inceptia’s ongoing research program. Please see the Behavior Assessment Key for the list of questions students are asked.

BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENT KEY

Students are directed to this toolkit from their Smart Track landing page in order to learn more about financial aid, career readiness, preparing for college, New York-specific programs and more. Refer to this link anytime you need to see the resources and information available to all SUNY prospective and current students.

SUNY STUDENT LIFECYCLE SUCCESS TOOLKIT