Money Vehicle is an education program, and as such, has utilizes proven frameworks to make sure that students are learning the program’s material. While Money Vehicle does not have a third-party report of our program, our course has been audited by numerous school administrators, teachers, parents, and education experts in states across the country.
We also map our course to the “CASEL Wheel” social-emotional learning framework to ensure that the course and program successfully help students absorb the material.
The CASEL Wheel itself breaks down into five concentrations, and the Money Vehicle course adheres to each:
- Self-Management: The disciplinary strategies within the Money Vehicle course are developmentally appropriate for students between the ages of 13 and 18, and since the course is on-demand, it allows for self-paced progression.
- Self-Awareness: Students enrolled in the Money Vehicle course are provided opportunities to reflect on their own work, as well as to consider how given topics relate to them and their personal situations.
- Decision Making: Students are given opportunities through the Money Vehicle course to make decisions for themselves as it relates to their learning and practical application of the material.
- Relationship Skills: Students can and will work together to accomplish specific goals, as well as to identify how each area of the course relating to financial literacy connects to the other people in their lives.
- Social Awareness: Throughout the program, there is constant and consistent dialogue about the content, and how it relates to the student and the world around them. There are also numerous programs throughout that ask students to seek answers in their own, direct, communities.
Money Vehicle prides itself in its ability to design content that is aligned to competencies that are important for whole-student development and well-being. If you have further questions, please reach out and ask a Money Vehicle representative for more information about specific standards and learning objectives!
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