Introduction This is a practical
guide on how to use
is online and linked to the
main structure of the website
(or it can be downloaded as
a word document by clicking
here). This means that when
we change features of the website
we will also change this guide
to reflect the changes.
to this practical, hands-on
guide, we produced a printed
guide for tutors on how to
use online resources in their
classes. This guide offers
you even more in-depth information
and it is more extensive. To
find out more about this guide,
please have a look at Niace
Who is this guide for? This guide is designed especially for tutors
who would like to use this resource in their classes.
It is also for practitioners who would like to integrate
financial literacy issues into their classes.
What is the aim of this
guide? We are hoping to enhance the usability of the
resource and to give you some helpful hints on how this
resource can be used in a practical way by you as tutors
and practitioners. We are hoping to support your creative
use of resources in the classroom and to demonstrate
how online resources can enrich teaching and learning.
Also we aim to give you an overview of the different
areas and content of this very comprehensive website.
will you find in this guide? This guide will provide
you with hands-on advice based
upon identified good practice
and sound theory. It will provide
you with useful checklists for
using the resource and for preparing
a class with MMTM (Money Matters
to Me). It will give you a comprehensive
overview of the content and
structure of the website. It
will share good practice with
you can usually find lots of useful information from
other tutors and practitioners in the Forum.
If you have any ideas, links or files you want to
share then the forum is the place to post them.