From March 28 to April 3, teachers of the Department of Theory and Methods of General and Vocational Education of PetrSU conducted a study on the financial literacy of students.
The online survey on the Online Test Pad platform was attended by 159 first and second year students studying in the direction of “Pedagogical education” in educational institutions of PetrSU: IPP, IMIT, IFKSiT, IBEAT, IIPSN, ILGiSN, IF, FTI.
The analysis of the results obtained allowed us to conclude that 58% of students consider themselves financially literate; 81.4% of respondents are interested in improving their financial literacy.
Ropotina Elena Ivanovna, postgraduate student of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, conducted theoretical and practical classes with students on the “Theory and Methods of Financial Literacy”, including in a distance format. The greatest interest among students was aroused by interactive lessons of a practice-oriented orientation on the basics of financial literacy for younger students: distance family “Intellectual and financial marathon” and “Financial scanword”. Students noted the relevance, demand for such classes and the need for special pedagogical activities to form the financial literacy of schoolchildren.