Title

Using Wlodkowski’s Model to Enhance Motivation to Learn Financial Education

Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences

Volume

114

Issue

2

Publisher

American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Publication Date

6-1-2022

First Page

51

Last Page

55

Abstract

There is domestic and international consensus that financial education is needed across all stages of the life cycle (Lusardi & Mitchell, 2014; OECD, 2019; PACFC, 2013). Mandell and Klein (2007) warned that young adults score low on financial literacy tests even after taking a personal finance course. They claim that low scores on financial tests result from a lack of motivation to learn and a lack of motivation to retain and apply those financial skills previously learned.

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