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©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. Please Contact: Sarah Pratt Ponder 713.553.1852 email@example.com EverFi provides FREE online platforms High School: EverFi Financial Literacy Middle School: Ignition-Digital Responsibility & Cyberbullying Elementary School: Vault-Understanding Money
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. OVERVIEW Target Audience: High school students Standards: Texas Education Agency approved material. Fits high school Economics TEKS or Career courses of all topics. Knowledge, Behavior and Attitude Assessments: Pre & Post Module Time: 6 – 8 hours TEN LEARNING MODULES 1.Introduction and Overview 2.Saving 3.Banking 4.Payments, Interest Rates, and Credit Cards 5.Credit Score 6.Financing Higher Education 7.Renting vs. Owning 8.Taxes and Insurance 9.Consumer Fraud 10. Investing Real-Life Simulations: Students apply their learning in virtual environments to weigh the consequences of their decisions. EverFi – Financial Literacy™ (High School)
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. 3 THE CRITICAL SKILLS PLATFORM
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. EverFi Platforms Are… 1.Simple: Teachers can get started in less than 30 minutes. No additional planning. No additional grading. 1.Flexible: Platforms can be implemented in a variety of curricular contexts, allowing the programs to reach scale. 2.Engaging: Students love using games and simulations to learn at their own pace. 3.Effective: Our national data shows students making significant knowledge gains on their assessments; we are also seeing changes in student attitudes. Over 80% of high school students think “all students should have to take the EverFi course”. Over 98% of teachers would recommend the program to a colleague. www.everfi.com
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. HOW PREPARED DO YOU FEEL TO MAKE RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL DECISIONS? Nationwide EverFi survey data Student Attitudes
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. EverFi in Texas Common placement in Texas includes Economics, Business Information Management, Money Matters, and Career/Tech courses of all subjects. Currently implementing EverFi platforms in in 400+ schools across 60+ Texas districts, including: Houston ISD Dallas ISD San Antonio ISD North East ISD Abilene ISD Lubbock ISD Midland ISD Ector County ISD Fort Worth ISD Maps to the Economics TEKS #17-21 and is a personal finance resource approved by the Texas Education Agency.
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. Texas Results: August 2012 – March 2013 8,881 Certified Students that have completed all 10 modules with a passing score. Projecting 18,300 by June 2012. 665 teachers all across 400+ schools in 60+ school districts. Sarah Pratt Ponder Senior Schools Manager firstname.lastname@example.org (713) 553-1852 www.everfi.com 18,187 Active Students have completed 1+ modules with a passing score. Projecting 24,300 by June 2012. Network-wide, over 90% of students will complete at least half of the program.
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. Case Study: North East ISD Currently implementing in Economics only 9 schools implementing 2,887 active students 1,712 certified students Group teacher training at August professional development.
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. Case Study: Houston ISD Currently implementing in both Economics & Career/Technical Education 31 Schools Implementing 5,669 active students 3,483 certified students Individual teacher trainings
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. Step 1: Email email@example.com for a site code. SAMPLE: e39a07d9 Step 2: Schedule webinar OR review self- registration instructions. Step 3: Have students register and get started! www.everfi.com/login Email firstname.lastname@example.org with tech support needs. Starting EverFi
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. How long does it take? 6-8 hours; flexible pacing determined by teacher. Do you need to install anything? NO. Just make sure your Flash player & browser are relatively updated. Can students pick up in the same spot where they left off? YES. Can students retake assessments? YES. FAQs
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. OVERVIEW Target Audience: 4-6 th grade students Standards: Math TEKS Grades 3- 5, Technology TEKS; Jumpstart. School Placement: Required Course Knowledge Assessments: Pre & Post Module Time: Approximately 2.5 hours SIX LEARNING GROUPS 1. Responsible Money Choices: saving vs. spending, financial resources, goal-setting 2. Income and Careers: jobs, compensation, career planning, taxes 3. Making Plans with Money: budgets, payment methods, impulse buying, charity 4. Credit and Borrowing: credit and responsible borrowing 5. Insurance and Safety: risk prevention, health insurance 6. Savings and Investing: savings accounts, basic investments Games: Users also unlock two games per group as they progress through the course. Vault – Understanding Money™ (Primary Schools)
©EverFi, Inc. All rights reserved. 13 OVERVIEW Target Audience: 7 th - 9 th Grade Students Standards: State and ISTE Standards School Placement: Co-curricular Performance Assessments: Pre & Post Module Behavior and Attitude Assessments: Pre and Post Course Surveys Time: Approximately 3.5 Hours, plus Simulation MODULE TOPICS Buying a Computer: Computer & Software Basics Wireless Communication: Texting and Driving, Mobile Devices & Service Plans, The Viral World: Online Privacy, Security, & Digital Time- Management Research in a Digital Age: Internet Resources & Credibility Creating Multimedia Products: Responsible Digital Publication and Production Digital Relationships and Respect: Digital Citizenship & Cyberbullying Looking to the Future: STEM Technology and Careers Ignition – Digital Literacy & Responsibility™ (Middle Schools)
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