Here at NGPF we’re always looking to learn more about our educators and their personal finance classes. This month we’re curious to know more about how you format your day-to-day lessons. Do you start off of with a Bell Ringer? Do you end with a question or Exit Ticket? Let us know in this month’s flash survey below!
Long-time fans of NGPF will have noticed that we distributed this survey in July 2015. We were curious to compare the results: how has technology in schools changed in the last 18 months?
For long-time fans of NGPF, you’ll notice that we distributed this survey in July 2015. We’re curious: In the last 18 months, has technology in the classroom changed?
You know the term, you’ve heard the buzz, but now we want to hear from you. How do you differentiate your personal finance instruction? What strategies do you use, and what makes it difficult? Tell us in this month’s survey and maybe, just maybe, you’ll be our $50 gift card winner.
We surveyed many educators to find out their thoughts and opinions about personal finance professional development.
Some key findings from our survey:
- 66% of respondents have attended at least one personal finance professional development within the past 12 months
- Investing, Retirement/401(k) and Paying for College are the favored content topics for future professional development sessions
- Exposure to classroom resources, discussion of new developments and current events are important when creating or delivering an effective professional development session
Personal Finance and spreadsheets go together like peanut butter and jelly, but not all teachers have time or resources to fit spreadsheet activities into their curriculum. We’d love to know how proficient you and your students are with spreadsheets, how often you integrate them into the curriculum (if at all), and what makes spreadsheets challenging.