Consumer Smarts

Grocery items on a shelves.
Students manage a hypothetical family budget for a month to learn how to cut costs.
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Teach Smart Spending

Through trial and error, your students will learn practical skills for making informed spending decisions.

Example of Consumer smart course teaching quality vs quantity.

Quality vs. Quantity

Helps students understand that at times it's necessary to spend more on something so long as it's well-made and will last longer than a cheaper alternative.

Example of Consumer smart course teaching how to compare prices.

Price Comparisons

Consumer Smarts encourages students to debate the cost per unit of various products, teaching them how to shop more economically when necessary.

Consumer smarts course research exercise.

Product Research and Reviews

Shows students the importance of researching products before deciding which brand/product is worth buying—particularly when it comes to the more expensive purchases.

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Social Media Influences

Influencers all over social media recommend products that are supposedly 'worth the money,' but are these reviews all that truthful? Consumer Smarts encourages students to step back and understand that not all influencers or social media ads, for that matter, have their backs when it comes to consumerism.

Simplified Grading

Courses are automatically graded so you can spend more time teaching!

Hands-On Learning

Help students grow individually with a virtual world of decision-making.

Progress Monitoring

Progress tracking and clear decision trees monitor your students’ growth.

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