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  1. Outreach: Teaching Adults: Making Your Training Stick (PowerPoint Slides)
    Consumer Action's free slide presentation focuses on different "learning styles" to help you reach all the adults who attend your trainings. | Feb 22, 2018
  2. Outreach: Easy-to-print ID theft fact sheets for your trainings
    Consumer Action's outreach and training staff has developed some handouts to help you convey information about various forms of ID theft to your clients and workshop participants. They are free and can be downloaded and… | Jul 23, 2015
  3. Outreach: 12 Tips for Good Credit - Class Activity
    The "12 Tips for Good Credit" learning activity is based on material covered in the MoneyWi$e Good Credit and Improve Your Credit modules. | Aug 25, 2014
  4. Outreach: Managing Your Money Worksheets
    These worksheets can be used in trainings and classroom settings. | Aug 06, 2014
  5. Outreach: Saving to Build Wealth - Note-Taking Guide
    This guide can be used in trainings and classroom settings. | Aug 06, 2014
  6. Outreach: Digital Dollars Class Activity - Facts you should know
    The "Facts you should know" learning activity, part of the Digital Dollars module on online banking, mobile banking and mobile payments, is based on material covered in the first half of the module's lesson plan. | Jun 26, 2013
  7. Outreach: Check it Out! Reports & Scores Quiz
    A PowerPoint quiz game called "Check it Out!" designed to teach about consumer credit and specialty reports and credit scores. | Oct 28, 2010
  8. Outreach: Credit Card Shuffle Activity
    Teach how to use credit cards wisely with this game developed by Consumer Action's trainers. | Sep 20, 2010
  9. Outreach: 12 Credit Card Facts Quiz (Activity)
    Give participants in your workshops a chance to test their knowledge on smart credit card use, particularly after new credit rules that took effect in 2010, with our "12 Credit Card Facts Quiz". | Sep 20, 2010
  10. Outreach: Helpful Resources for Consumer Action Financial Literacy Workshop Leaders
    The Consumer Action staff prepared this guide to some online resources that can help you prepare for workshops and trainings. | Aug 16, 2010
  11. Outreach: Rebuilding Credit Crossword Game
    The Consumer Action outreach staff developed this training game to help teach the concepts of rebuilding credit. | Aug 06, 2010
  12. Outreach: CARD Act Quiz
    Consumer Action created this short exercise to help community educators teach some of the concepts in the new CARD Act provisions. | Jul 26, 2010
  13. Outreach: Consumer Action shares resources with extension educators
    Consumer Action presents to family living educators from the University of Wisconsin Extension. | Feb 03, 2009
  14. Outreach: California Lifeline training materials
    To help you engage your audience while teaching the California Lifeline module, Consumer Action's outreach and training staff has developed a set of interactive training materials and handouts. | Mar 04, 2008
  15. Outreach: Money Smart adult education program
    Money Smart, a free financial literacy program developed by the FDIC, is available online and in printed versions. It also offers train the trainer videos online. | Dec 20, 2007
  16. Outreach: Practical Money Skills for Life
    Consumer Action recommends "Practical Money Skills for Life," a web site with money management resources, lesson plans and interactive learning games. | Dec 20, 2007
  17. Outreach: ID Theft Quiz
    The ID Theft Quiz Game is a fun way to teach important concepts about this prevalent form of fraud. | Sep 27, 2007
  18. Outreach: Fraud Bingo Game
    Consumer Action's Fraud Bingo is a fun activity you can use in your trainings. | Sep 12, 2007
  19. Outreach: Educational training modules
    All Consumer Action's training modules (brochures in five languages, leader's guides, curricula and PowerPoint slides) have been consolidated in a new section of our web site. | Aug 28, 2007
  20. Outreach: Teaching Adults - PowerPoint presentation
    By understanding why and how adults learn, trainers and presenters can create more effective and successful financial literacy programs for their participants. These free PowerPoint slides can be used to bring this point home in… | Aug 28, 2007

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