The Money Vehicle financial literacy course can be a godsend for teachers, administrators, and educators across the country — so long as it can easily plug into your existing systems, right?
Thankfully, Money Vehicle can most likely integrate with your Learning Management System (LMS), Student Information System (SIS), or Gradebook. So, the short answer is yes, Money Vehicle can be a plug-and-play solution to adopting a virtual financial literacy course for your students.
As for a slightly longer answer, Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI), which is an education technology (often referred to, collectively, as “edtech”) specification developed by the IMS Global Learning Consortium. The specification allows for certain tools and technologies to communicate with other, external tools and technologies — for instance, a school’s LMS may use LTI to bring in and host external course content from a third party, like Money Vehicle.
As such, systems and applications that are LTI-compliant can successfully and easily integrate Money Vehicle into their system — again, so long as all systems are LTI-compliant. In short, it’s a way of making sure that all of the relevant tools in the classroom can talk to all of the other tools without issue.
And yes, Money Vehicle should be able to seamlessly integrate with most school districts’ systems.
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