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Il ruolo emergente dell'edutainment nei percorsi di educazione finanziaria

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  • B. Ronchini

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    Il raggiungimento di una solida cultura finanziaria tra i cittadini e del loro benessere economico sono ormai priorità fondamentali all’interno delle agende istituzionali. Una delle preoccupazioni principali è quella di rendere i giovani più consapevoli dell’importanza della gestione del denaro e della pianificazione per il loro futuro. Il paper affronta il tema dell’edutainment nell’ottica di migliorare l’efficacia dei programmi di educazione finanziaria rivolti a bambini e ragazzi. Posto che la motivazione e la curiosità dei discenti rappresentano una forza trainante per l’apprendimento, nel lavoro si ipotizza un ruolo per i progetti di financial edutainment, considerata la loro capacità di catturare l’attenzione dei giovani discenti ed instillare conoscenze ed esperienze finanziarie in un modo divertente e piacevole.

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    Paper provided by Department of Economics, Parma University (Italy) in its series Economics Department Working Papers with number 2015-EF03.

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    Length: 20 pages
    Date of creation: 2015
    Handle: RePEc:par:dipeco:2015-ef03
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