I ran across this short article from Money Magazine, "This One Question Can Show if You're Smarter than Most U.S. Millennials". Is there something from this article that resonates or speaks to you? How does knowing this information help direct the instruction in your classroom?
I am presenting at COABE 2015, on "How to become a Millionaire" because I have found that learners love to learn about math when it is tied to making money. Has anyone tried to teach math by tying it to money? If so, please share.
*The data from this article comes from the PIACC data that ETS uses in their report, "America's Skills Challenge: Millennials and the Future".