Flash Surveys

/Flash Surveys

At NGPF, we believe in knowing the landscape. To better serve educators like yourselves, we need to understand your current situation, your needs and your goals. That’s why we conduct a monthly “flash survey,” a 4-6 question assessment on some topic about teaching personal finance.

Take This Month’s Survey

**Click the post link below to access the survey

Share YOUR Experience With NGPF

What do you love? What do we need to improve?  
With the end of the school year fast approaching, we wanted to ask for your help in assessing our work over the past year. Some of you are faithful users. Others are new to the NGPF community. Whoever you are, we want YOUR feedback so we can continue to improve!

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See the Results of Last Month’s Survey

Flash Survey Results: How Do Educators Structure Their Personal Finance Class?

Here at NGPF, we’re always looking to learn more about educators and their personal finance classes. For this survey, we wanted to learn more about how educators structure their day-to-day lessons. Do they start off with a Bell Ringer? Do they end with a question or Exit Ticket? How do they assess student performance?

Now, with data in hand, we wanted to share the results from the 212 educators who responded (thank you!):

Previous Flash Surveys

Jan/Feb 2017 Technology in Schools
Nov/Dec 2016 Differentiation
Sep/Oct 2016 Professional Development
Aug. 2016How Do You Teach Personal Finance?
June/July 2016Using Spreadsheets to Teach Personal Finance
Apr/May 2016Do Personal Finance Standards Matter in Your Classroom?
Feb/Mar 2016How Do Finance Teachers Use Social Media?
Dec 2015/Jan 2016Are Teacher Training & Content Confidence Linked?
Nov. 2015How Many of Your Preps are Personal Finance?
Oct. 2015Teachers, Who’s In Your Network?
Aug. 2015Hot Topics in Personal Finance?
July 2015What Tech Are You Using?
June 2015How Do You Assess?
May 2015What Are Your Summer Plans?
Apr. 2015Is Personal Finance a Priority?
Mar. 2015What Primary Resources Do You Use?
Feb. 2015What Are Your Professional Development Experiences?