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$avvyYouth Final Pitch

  1. 1. $AVVYYOUTH BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATIONPresentersCatherine Lim and Tina EngEAST BAY ASIAN LOCALDEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Additional Team Members Charles Go, PhD UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION Michael Edwards PROGRAMMER, ONEARMEDMAN LLC Aditi Rao UX/UI DESIGNER (INDEPENDENT)
  2. 2. What is your earliest memory ofunderstanding how money works? $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 2
  3. 3. Where do youth learn financial skills if notfrom their families or at school? $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 3
  4. 4. All youth, regardless of income or background,should have the skills andknowledge to control their financial futures.$AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATIONDIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 4
  5. 5. Youth Financial Education Since 2006 Youth receive certificates in 2007 $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 5
  6. 6. $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATIONDIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 8
  7. 7. Curriculum Materials $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 9
  8. 8. Program Data $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 12
  9. 9. $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATIONDIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 13
  10. 10. Program Accomplishments• 2000 4th-5th grade students• 6 years of experience• Partnerships with 20 Oakland schools• Target Title I schools• 88% completion rate $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 14
  11. 11. Current Partner Schools
  12. 12. All Oakland Elementary Schools
  13. 13. Teaching PlatformTeaching Module Screen
  14. 14. $avvyYouth is badge system for bothlearning and teachingADULT YOUTH Badge System TEACHING LEARNING $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 18
  15. 15. Assessment Data $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 19
  16. 16. Earning Scenario Badges
  17. 17. Earning Scenario Badges Complete your budget. Remember you have only $50 for all of your supplies!Justify Your Answers.How many items did you purchase?Did you purchase at least one clothing item, one food item,and one school supplies item?Did you buy anything else with the money you had leftover?If yes, why did you choose to buy those things?
  18. 18. Theory of ChangeInputs Outputs Outcomes ImpactInstruction Badges Unlocked HealthyExercises validate opportunities financialAssessment financial to practice behaviors skills & skills and into the knowledge build assets future gained $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 22
  19. 19. Implications of Financial Ed. Badges Customer Account # 2384 12345 New customer THE SAVVIEST CREDIT UNION Badges Earned: Eligible for: Super Saver Savings Account! Create Account Badge earners are eligible for special financial products $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 23
  20. 20. $avvyYouth: A Portal to ResourcesStudies show that having an personal asset, no matter the amount, even if it’s just $1,increases academic attainment, fiscal prudence in parents, and hope for the future. ASSETS Scholarships Matched Savings Accounts Special High Interest Accounts Low Interest Loans $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 24
  21. 21. Levels and Hierarchies $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 25
  22. 22. Congratulations!You balance a budget like a beast! $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 26
  23. 23. Congratulations!Not even a drop got through! $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 28
  24. 24. Congratulations!You are exponentially awesome! $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 29
  25. 25. Examples of Topic BadgesSPENDING $AVVY ? ? ? ? ? ?SAVING $AVVY ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?CREDIT $AVVY ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 30
  26. 26. Congratulations!YOU’RE SUPER $AVVY! $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 31
  27. 27. Assessments and Peer to Peer LearningExample Grading Screen Question: Name an example of a NEED.Student Answer Correct AnswerUser 2345 User 2345 Basic needs, such as clothes, food, shelter, Basic needs, such as clothes, food, shelter,Clothes. Clothes. water. water. Award BadgeUser 2399 User 2399 Basic needs, such as clothes, food, shelter, Basic needs, such as clothes, food, shelter,Fruits and Vegetables Fruits and Vegetables water. water. Award BadgeUser 3499 User 3499 Basic needs, such as clothes, food, shelter, Basic needs, such as clothes, food, shelter, water. water.I Idon’t know. don’t know. Award Badge $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 32
  28. 28. Portability and Interoperability• OBI-compliant• Guardian consent required (COPPA)• Increased parent engagement• Badge “Vault” for under age users• Modular and Secure http://savvy.distlearn.org/badges/ $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 33
  29. 29. BrandingExample badge $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 34
  30. 30. $avvyYouth Badge System Overview• A learning and teaching platform• Link between learning and behavior change• Skill and scenario badges• Assessments made easy• Measure of consumer readiness• Standards for COPPA $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 35
  31. 31. Oakland Leads the Way• Incorporate financial education into schools• Increase parent engagement around financial futures of youth• Connect low income youth to real financial assets• Game-changer in Youth Financial Education $AVVYYOUTH: BADGES FOR YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING COMPETITION FINALS - FEBRUARY 29, 2012 36

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