Banzai: Built for Distance Learning
Introducing Banzai Library Challenges
Typically Banzai integrates new tools into the grading interface, but remarkable times call for quick measures. Banzai is utilizing tools, like Google Forms, to better meet your needs in this unprecedented time. To use the Library Challenges, go to the Teacher Toolkit.Login
Already played through the courses? There’s more to discover! The Library is packed with resources you can integrate into your lesson plans.Learn More
Banzai courses are interactive and game-like, engaging your students while exposing them to real-life financial dilemmas.Learn More
Workbooks are still available to order while schools are closed. Choose between three different booklets, and we’ll ship them directly to your home for free.Learn More
- I don’t use Banzai right now, how can I sign up?
Clinton Savings Bank is already sponsoring Banzai in your area, so you have access to it for free. To use Banzai, all you have to do is sign up. Try it here.
- How can I use the Banzai Library?
You and your students can access the Banzai library through the Banzai homepage in the student view once you’ve logged in or signed up. You can also access the library on this webpage through the navigation bar, by clicking this link, or by using the url teachbanzai.com/articles.
- What are the Banzai Courses?
- I can’t distribute workbooks right now—how can I access them?
All of the workbooks are available online through a downloadable pdf. You can download the booklet and send them to your students via email, messages, or other online platforms. You can download the pdfs now or access them through the Teacher Toolkit. Junior Workbook, Teen Workbook, Plus Workbook.
- What is Banzai doing to help teachers?
Banzai is creating and releasing more student-focused content in the Banzai Library including articles, interactive software called “Coaches,” and calculators. We’re also sending newsletters with updates and ideas on how to use Banzai during this critical time. Finally, teacher support is still available during normal school hours at email@example.com.
- What articles should I focus on?
The Banzai library is organized by topic, and your students can explore content from insurance to budgeting. The most popular articles for students include the following: Income and Expenses, Savings Accounts, 50/30/20 Rule, Budgeting, The Cost of College Life, and Filling Out the FAFSA.