Does a graduate course in personal finance for teachers lead to higher student financial literacy than a teacher workshop
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This study investigates the effectiveness of different types of teacher training – specifically a graduate course versus a workshop versus no training – in improving student scores on a multiple-choice test covering financial concepts. Both teacher training methods result in increases in student test scores, but the students of teachers in the graduate class improve slightly more. Students of teachers in the graduate class, however, do not perform significantly differently from students of teachers who attended a workshop.
Harter, John R.F. and Harter, Cynthia, "Does a graduate course in personal finance for teachers lead to higher student financial literacy than a teacher workshop" (2012). EKU Faculty and Staff Scholarship. 588.
Journal of Consumer Education