TTCU Federal Credit Union has partnered with Zogo Classroom to provide financial literacy tools to teachers across the state of Oklahoma at no cost to schools.
Zogo Classroom is an online platform that makes learning about financial literacy like a game, with fun and engaging graphics. It allows students to test their knowledge by guiding them through real-world situations around personal finance.
“We are excited to continue our partnership with Oklahoma schools by offering a new option for teaching financial literacy in the classroom. Zogo Classroom has a fun and fresh feel that will appeal to both students and teachers,” said the TTCU President and CEO Tim Lyons.
Zogo Classroom offers flexible, bite-sized content that can be added directly to existing lesson plans or used to create something new. It has in-app student progress tracking tools and allows teachers to create a classroom leaderboard.
“I would tell any teacher considering Zogo Classroom that our platform is built to meet students where they are. In this increasingly digital world, where attention spans feel shorter than ever, Zogo Classroom is a tool that cannot it will not only teach students the basic skills needed to succeed as adults, but also keep them entertained and engaged,” said Bolun Li. founder and CEO of Zogo.
To sign up, people can go to ttcu.com/zogo.