Making Personal Finance Personal: The Use Of Service-Learning In Personal Finance Classes

  • Colene Trent

Abstract

Service-learning integrates community service and classroom instruction and promotes civic awareness and significant learning. This paper describes an innovation in pedagogy through a service-learning project within personal finance classes at a Christian university. In this project, college students create art projects explaining basic personal finance concepts to second graders and lead an interactive lesson at a local school. This project provides an example of biblical financial stewardship through giving of one’s money, time, and talents.

Published
2021-02-04
How to Cite
Trent, C. (2021). Making Personal Finance Personal: The Use Of Service-Learning In Personal Finance Classes. Christian Business Academy Review, 16(1). Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/569
Section
Creative Instruction