Self-Assessments and Quizzes
Lightbulb develops self-assessments and quizzes to help consumers gauge their understanding of financial topics and provide instant feedback on the learning experience.
The quizzes use a multiple choice format and provide a clear, plain English explanation of the correct choice. Answers can be linked directly to appropriate site content to encourage further learning.
Typically, we create the quizzes on a customized basis for educational financial websites and online learning centers. We also develop self-assessments for use with our booklets
and digital content
. The quizzes can vary in tone, from lighthearted and edgy to more serious, depending on the audience and the topic.
Lightbulb can deliver the self-assessment files in any standard digital format and will work with your IT group to integrate the quizzes into your website.
Lightbulb collaborates with financial services firms, regulatory agencies, and non-profits supporting financial literacy and investor education to create courseware for consumers and professionals.
The courseware may be based solely on Lightbulb educational financial content or a blend of Lightbulb content and material provided by the sponsoring organization, and typically includes self-assessments, visual learning systems, and interactive features that enrich the learning experience.
The courseware may be linked to an online learning center or be part of a series of courses that offer a designation in a specific financial product or area of financial expertise.
Companies may also license Lightbulb content to build their own courseware or continuing education (CE) credits.
NEFE Cash Course
IPA REIT Course
OIC Course: Options Strategies in a Bullish Market
OIC Course: Options Strategies in a Bearish Market
Lightbulb develops educational financial games for a wide range of audiences, including young children just learning about the world of money, teenagers who are starting to assume financial responsibility, and people of all ages who need to know about, recognize, and avoid financial scams.
Lightbulb games seamlessly embed financial concepts and principles, and they teach by actual experience. For example, students playing our Credit Carts game learn the importance of replenishing the credit they spend in order to have sufficient fuel to cross the finish line, and our Bowl for the Goal game shows how higher potential returns in terms of bowling scores are associated with greater risk-taking, presented as hurdles along the bowling lane.
We create games to enhance educational financial content on websites, to introduce new products or services, and to guide people through unfamiliar or complicated financial transactions.
BGCA: Money Matters Challenge