Sammen med Trigger og DNB har vi utviklet et undervisningsopplegg som gir skole barn en grunnleggende forståelse for penger,inntekt og forbruk samt egne økonomiske rettigheter og gode sparevaner.
Vi hører stadig at Norge er verdens beste land å bo i, og et av verdens rikeste land. Men paradoksalt nok fører økt rikdom til at vi kan mindre om privatøkonomi enn før. Det innebærer at mange norske barn og unge vokser opp uten grunnleggende økonomisk forståelse. Samtidig vet vi at barn og unge ofte arver sine foreldres holdninger til økonomi. Dette ønsket DNB å gjøre noe med.
Sammen med Trigger utviklet de konseptet Lærepenger. Good Morning ble leid inn for å designe og utvikle den digitale riggen.
To test children’s knowledge about economics and what things actually cost, we created an interactive quiz that address various topics around savings and the use of money.
Using animations, sounds and playfulness, we created a quiz that was fun and engaging for children in the fifth grade. To add variation to the quiz there were four different ways the kids could submit their answer. By using either a slider, drag-and-drop, pick or draw when finding the correct answers, the user experience became more dynamic and more fun for the kids.
In order to create a game show feeling, the total score was measured up against total time and total number of errors. The leaderboard was then listed by highest total score. The quiz was used on several big events, such as the Norway Cup, Miniøya and DNB’s internal event with great success. The general feedback from the kids is that they thought the quiz was fun, but at times a little difficult. The children also felt that they learned something new, while some things they already knew from before.
In addition to the quiz, we produced an informative website. The site explained the “De fem Lærepengene” concept, how it can be used as a learning tool and who it is for. The tool itself consists of five modules consisting of many different tasks, all related to economy and savings, adapted for fifth graders.