Framing effect: how language can affect how we learn and evaluate
Words matter. Can the framing effect, cognitive distortion whereby our brain interprets facts according to how they are told, affect the way we learn and evaluate the learning process?
On March 30, 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm the Museum of Saving organizes a webinar dedicated to investigating how language conditions learning, for students and adults, and in particular the effect of framing in the context of skills assessment processes.
During the workshop, the results of the research “How important is the way the question is asked? An analysis of the “framing” effect on the level of financial literacy in Italy” will be presented. It was promoted by the Museum of Saving in order to verify the existence and effects of possible distortions in the measurement of the level of financial education of Italians.
How to set up an effective learning assessment system
Tommaso Agasisti, Professor of Economic and Management Engineering, Polytechnic of Milan
Diego Rizzuto from Taxi1729, a scientific dissemination company
Paper presentation: “How important is the way the question is asked? An analysis of the framing effect on the level of financial literacy in Italy “
Giovanna Paladino, Director and Curator of the Museum of Saving
Framing effect: impact on perception of reality and decision-making processes
Enrico Maria Cervellati, Professor of Corporate Finance at Link Campus University
Q&A and conclusions
The event is aimed at trainers, teachers and teaching experts, and entities that deal with financial education.
Participation is free upon registration at bit.ly/Effetto-framing-30-mar.
Those who register will receive links and indications for the connection.
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