Thank you for attending our workshop, Make It Stick: How to Teach Economics and Personal Finance So Students Will Remember, organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Following the workshop, we hope you continue to explore and apply retrieval practice, metacognition, spacing, interleaving, and additional recommendations in your classroom. Here are some resources to support you as you increase student learning with these evidence-based strategies.

If you have any questions or feedback, please don't hesitate to contact us at and

With Thanks,

Pooja & Patrice

Please click here to download the slides from our workshop.


Resources from Pooja & Patrice

Recent books and research on cognitive science research

Strengthening the Student Toolbox from American Educator

Retrieval Practice Guide from (and click here to subscribe for updates)

Retrieval Practice in K-12 Classrooms from Educational Psychology Review

Spacing (Distributed Practice) Article from Digital Promise

Metacognition Article from the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

Interleaving Article from Scientific American


Resources from the Federal Reserve