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“It puts a value on what things cost…and how much they need to make to be able to survive on their own”
“The WayPoint System is the program schools desperately need and don’t even realize it!”
“The students are going to like the program…..and it gives them some ownership”
“Our kids need to know how to save money for what they want, and this program will help them”
“I am giving a lot of assessments [through WayPoint] this year and continue to love what the results tell us.”
“I love that we can replicate real apartment rental agreements for our older students to access”
“We run a coffee shop and deliver coffee to our teachers. This would be great for my student to pick their jobs”
“It gives the kids the sort of freedom build off their successes by purchasing stuff from the store and can make their own little world.”
“From a teachers point-of-view it’s a one-stop shop. You aren’t having to prepare multiple different lessons and there’s way more independent practice all on one platform. It’s basically self-explanatory and will create less work on the teachers and more engagement with the students”
“[one of Replicated Reality’s greatest features is] Managing Income – like rent and bills. Our kids have a hard time understanding the difference between wants and needs. When the feel like ‘I have to pay this bill , and this bill, and this bill’ – so they pay it – but then begin to understand why they can’t buy this video game or that cell phone. When we put this stuff right in front of them, I think it is going to be a wake-up call”
Kids who graduate lacking basic life skills are still being set up to fail in real-world situations like budgeting or choosing a career.
Relationships with their peers play a pivotal role in how students perceive and appreciate school, and shape how they develop as they progress through adolescence and into adulthood.
Teaching can be a very challenging. Grading, paperwork, planning and communicating with parents can be mentally and physically draining. But the biggest challenge of all is managing an unruly classroom.