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  1. project goal. redesign a web-based tool for teaching basic concepts of banking to children, based on Human Computer Interaction (HCI) design principles.

  2. design principles. • visibility of system status • user can see where he is now and where he is going (grey out unavailable items) • dynalinking • various forms of data are linked dynamically • motivation to use system • use compelling characters and create a desire to continue with story • map to user’s model • provide navigation for separate models

  3. Hey kids! Enter here!

  4. interest saving electronic fund transfer checking Welcome to Banking for Kids!We put the fun in funds! Choose an adventure to start learning… Panda Paul’s Adventure with Interest Sandy Tiger Goes-a-Saving Elephant Ellie and the Great Electronic Fund Transfer Crocodile Chris and the Checking Mystery

  5. Panda Paul’s Adventure with Interest Hi, I’m Panda Paul! I have some money, but I need your help. I want to know how much I will have in the future. Can you help me? Do you want to help Panda Paul? OK Please select. Yes, I want to help Panda Paul! Yes, I want to help Panda Paul! No thanks, I want to start over. home back forward

  6. Panda Paul’s adventure with interest Panda has: First, let’s decide how much money I have now. Please choose from the box below. $____ ? Interest rate: ___% number of years: ____ How much money does he have now? calculate OK Choose an amount of money. $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 home back forward

  7. Panda Paul’s adventure with interest Panda has: Ok, now let’s choose the interest rate. from the list below. $ 50 Interest rate: ___% number of years: ____ What is the interest rate? calculate OK Choose an interest rate. 3% 2% 3% 4% 5% 6% home back forward

  8. Panda Paul’s adventure with interest Panda has: Now, let’s decide how long I will save my money? Please, choose the number of years below. $ 50 Interest rate: 3% number of years: number of years: 10 ____ What is the number of years? calculate calculate OK Choose the number of years. 10 years 10 years 11 years 12 years 13 years 14 years home back forward

  9. Panda Paul’s adventure with interest Panda has: Thanks for your help! Try changing the numbers and click the recalculate button. $ 50 Interest rate: 3% 4% number of years: 10 recalculate Results: Panda Paul will have $ 67 in 10 years. Results: Panda Paul will have $ 74 in 10 years. watch it work! home back forward

  10. Panda Paul’s adventure with interest Panda has: $ 50 Results: Panda Paul will have $ 74 in 10 years. Interest rate: How does it work? Panda Paul’s money gains interest each year, so it actually grows! Click on the boxes see the action. 4% Year 0: $50 Year 1: $52 Year 2: $54.08 Year 3: $56.24 Year 4: $58.50 Year 5: $60.83 Year 6: $63.27 Year 7: $65.80 Year 8: $68.43 Year 9: $71.20 Year 10: $74.00 $74 number of years: 10 recalculate home back forward

  11. Panda Paul’s adventure with interest Panda has: $ 101 $ 50 Results: Panda Paul will have $ 101 in 18 years. Results: Panda Paul will have $ 74 in 10 years. Interest rate: How does it work? Panda Paul’s money gains interest each year, so it actually grows! Click on the boxes see the action. 4% Year 8: $68 Year 9: $71 Year 10: $74 Year 11: $77 Year 12: $80 Year 13: $83 Year 14: $86 Year 15: $90 Year 16: $93 Year 17: $97 Year 18: $101 Year 0: $50 Year 1: $52 Year 2: $54.08 Year 3: $56.24 Year 4: $58.50 Year 5: $60.83 Year 6: $63.27 Year 7: $65.80 Year 8: $68.43 Year 9: $71.20 Year 10: $74.00 number of years: 10 18 recalculate home back forward

  12. E Elephant Ellie and the Great Electronic Fund Transfer Hello there! I’m Elephant Ellie. I need to buy a gift for my friend’s birthday. Can you help me? Do you want to help Elephant Ellie? OK Please select. Yes, I want to help Elephant Ellie! Yes, I want to help Elephant Ellie! No thanks, I want to go back home. home back forward

  13. Elephant Ellie and the Great Electronic Fund Transfer Ellie has: Ellie has: $____ $ 15 First, let’s decide how much money I have now. Please, choose from the box below. Cost of gift: $___ Ellie needs: How much money does Ellie have now? To buy a: OK Choose an amount of money. $15 $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 calculate home back forward

  14. Elephant Ellie and the Great Electronic Fund Transfer Ellie has: Ellie has: $ 15 $____ Now let’s decide what I want to buy for my friend’s birthday gift. Please, choose from below. Cost of gift: Cost of gift: $____ $ 22 Ellie needs: What does Ellie want to buy? To buy a: OK Choose a birthday gift. cool new CD poster cool new CD striped socks dinosaur computer game calculate calculate home back forward

  15. Elephant Ellie and the Great Electronic Fund Transfer Ellie has: $ 15 Ok, so I need some money. I think I will use an EFT, or Electronic Fund Transfer. What should I do? Cost of gift: $ 22 Ellie needs: $ 7 To buy a: How can Ellie do an EFT? OK cool new CD Choose from below. Go to an ATM machine Go to an ATM machine. Go to the moon. Go to the circus. recalculate home back forward

  16. Elephant Ellie and the Great Electronic Fund Transfer Ellie has: $ 15 Cost of gift: How can Ellie do an EFT? $ 22 That’s right! The ATM is a machine that keeps track of your money, just like the teller inside the bank does. But bank tellers are only at the bank, and ATM's can be anywhere. There's usually an ATM at the bank, but they're at the mall and the grocery store, too. Ellie needs: $ 7 To buy a: OK cool new CD recalculate home back forward

  17. Glossary Bank—An organization that keeps money safe for people, and that people or businesses can borrow money from.Budget—A plan that describes how and when money will be saved and spent.Cash—Another name for money.Check—A written instruction to your bank to pay the amount of money you have written on it. You can use a check instead of cash to buy things as long as you have the money in your bank account.Deposit—Money you put into your account.Expenses—Things you pay money for.Financial—Anything that has to do with money.Interest—An amount of money that is paid for using someone else's money. When you borrow money you pay an interest charge. When you deposit money in a savings account at a bank, the bank will pay you interest.Invest—To put your money into savings accounts that you hope will grow in value and earn you more money.Loan—Money that is given to you in exchange for a promise that you will pay it all back, plus an additional charge called interest.Save—Hanging onto your money for future use instead of spending it. Saving is the opposite of spending.Savings Account—A bank account that pays you interest for keeping your money in it.Withdrawal—When you take money out of your bank account. home back forward

  18. Sandy Tiger Goes-A-Saving Hi, I’m Sandy Tiger! I have some money, but I need your help. I want to know how I can save money. Can you help me? Saving Tips Do you want to help Sandy Tiger? OK Please select. Yes, I want to help Sandy Tiger! Yes, I want to help Sandy Tiger! No thanks, I want to start over. home back forward

  19. my references: • http://www.state.ct.us/dob/pages/abcs-1.htm • http://www.ssnb.com/youngsavers/money.htm • http://www.kidsbank.com/the_story/checks/checks_6.asp

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  21. Saving Tips: • Putting money in a savings account is a great way to make sure you have the money you need, when you need it. You put money in the bank now, and you can use it later. • It makes sense to save money, putting some in the bank every week, month after month. Over the years, your money will grow and you'll feel good about saving. You can use a little of the money you've saved for special things—maybe to buy your mom or dad a birthday present, or a surprise for a friend. • Collect your coins in a safe place like a piggy bank or jar, and when it gets full, put the coins in the plastic coin wrappers and deposit them into your savings account. You'll be surprised how fast those coins can add up! • When you get money as a gift from family or friends, put it right into your savings account where it will get added to your other money. You'll be able to buy yourself something really special if you combine the money you've saved with any gift money you get. • Always put the money you earn from chores around the house in your savings account. It's a great way to make sure your hard work helps you reach your savings goal. Close