Title: 51 Interactive Ways to Teach Personal Finance
Thursday, November 16th, 2017
The key to successful financial education is engaging learning activities that capture learners' attention and motivate them to change attitudes and/or adopt improved practices. Learning activities matter because program outcomes matter. To be effective financial educators that change client/student lives and keep stakeholders (e.g., funders, administrators) happy, practitioners need a "tool kit" of creative and interactive learning activities to make financial education more engaging to learners with different language skills, learning styles, interests, and prior personal finance knowledge. That toolkit includes both low-tech activities and high-tech tools. This presentation will provide an overview of 51 interactive personal finance learning activities.