The educator employs the method of learning by doing to guide students to compare real-world banking services and costs.
The strategy of learning by doing is a hands-on approach that allows students to learn through the direct experience of carrying out the tasks of the learning goal.
Many high school students are in a position to open bank accounts, or already have a bank account. This teaching method is most ideal because it closes the gap between an in-class activity and putting concepts into practice in the real world. The following sources summarize key research on using learning-by-doing and the suggested implementation to teach comparing banking services and costs:
The items in this following section detail what must be submitted for evaluation. To earn the micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1, 3 and 4, and a “Yes” for both artifacts submitted for Part 2.
Please submit two completed student activity sheets.
Please include reflections from two students who completed the activity submitted in Part 2, using the following questions as guidance for the students (150-word limit each):
Provide a reflection of what you learned, using the following questions as guidance (150-word limit):
Please answer a brief survey about your experience teaching personal finance. Your responses will:
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