Money School’s founder Chris Naugle had a great idea… teach people how money really works and how to become their own banker rather than pay interest and fees to everyone else.
Money School was created based on a great idea–teach as many people as possible about how to become their own bank. The problem was the content was only an idea in the founder’s head and the budget to develop the curriculum wasn’t all that large. It was apparent from the beginning that there would be a lot of content needed as well.
Money School had an idea for a large curriculum they wanted to develop but no structure or curriculum to work from. They also didn’t have a very large budget as the entire project was being personally funded by the founder and time was of the essence to get the course deployed and producing revenue. The first task was to take a presentation and tweak it so that it would be more understandable. A lot of the concepts that were being presented were somewhat abstract for the average person so understandability was a key component to this overhaul. Once the presentation was ready, a course curriculum was created to expand on the material that was presented. To get the course up and running as quickly as possible, it was designed as a series of videos ranging from 6-14 minutes. This timeframe was critical so that learners would be able to receive the information in a format that was easily digestible and would allow them to go back to specific topics that they may have difficulty understanding. There are a series of quizzes in the material that allow learners to identify their mastery of the material presented.