The Good Credit Game FAQ

 

 

What is The Good Credit Game?

What's in The Good Credit Game? Is it just a credit board game?

Why is it difficult to teach credit classes?

What should students know or understand after using The Good Credit Game?

How does The Good Credit Game align with national standards for financial literacy?

What's the philosophy behind The Good Credit Game? Does it advocate debt-free living?

How is The Good Credit Game different from other credit classes and credit curricula?

How is The Good Credit Game related to Money Habitudes?

Do I use The Good Credit Game with Money Habitudes cards?

Can I use The Good Credit Game with other another financial education curriculum?

Do I need to be certified to use or teach The Good Credit Game?

Do you offer training on how to teach the topic of credit and how to use The Good Credit Game?

How long should I allow to use The Good Credit Game?

Do I have to use all of the modules of The Good Credit Game? Can I skip units or do the credit lessons out of order?

How basic or advanced is the material in The Good Credit Game?

Can I adapt The Good Credit Game for different audiences?

What sizes does The Good Credit Game come in?

Can I buy pieces of the game separately?

Who should use The Good Credit Game? What is the recommended age?

Do I need to be a credit expert to use The Good Credit Game?

How many people should I put in each group using The Good Credit Game in my class?

Is The Good Credit Game available in other languages?

I don't live in the United States. Can I use The Good Credit Game?

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The Good Credit Game is a credit curriculum kit that makes it fun and easy to teach financial education classes about credit.