Using Wlodkowski’s Model to Enhance Motivation to Learn Financial Education
Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
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.
Delgadillo, L. (2022). Using Wlodkowski’s model to enhance motivation to learn financial education. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences 114 (2), 51-55. https://doi.org/10.14307/JFCS114.2.49