Economic and Government Influences Tests

The Testing Center provides complimentary tests and testing results. Organizations and individuals are welcome to use these online evaluation materials for pre-and post-testing, self-assessment, and/or to improve understanding of various financial literacy topics – this page is focuses on economic & government influences tests.

The Center was developed with three objectives: providing resources for financial educators, offering tools for people interested in improving their financial knowledge, and giving the media up-to-date information about the current state of financial education. The data gathered using these resources will be used to help adapt NFEC programs to accommodate different learner needs.

Economic and Goverment Influences Tests Available

Aligned with Depth of Knowledge Framework

Content Knowledge

The NFEC suggests using Bloom’s Taxonomy of Higher Order Thinking and Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) theories to guide your learner achievement goals when teaching financial literacy. These frameworks outline the cognitive rigor of the material, financial literacy assessment questions and provide a clear context for assessments.

Strategic Thinking

Lessons that meet this learning objective require higher cognitive rigor like planning, reasoning, and explaining the process used to derive the answer.

Content Knowledge

The NFEC suggests using Bloom’s Taxonomy of Higher Order Thinking and Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) theories to guide your learner achievement goals when teaching financial literacy. These frameworks outline the cognitive rigor of the material, and provide a clear context for assessments.

Content Knowledge

Activities have participants connect information in the Recall group to be able to solve problems. Lesson plans at this level ask participants to develop relationships between concepts and interpret data.

Recall & Reproduction

These assessments test students’ ability to recall information like a name, fact, quote, or other basic piece of information.

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