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This paper argues that the basis for change in accounting education to more active student involvement is much broader than the need to supply the accounting professions with graduates who possess wider skills and competencies. Active student engagement, in fact, is seen by several...
This paper reports the results of a controlled field experiment carried out to apply experiential learning theory to the teaching of auditing. The weakest aspect of traditional teaching method is the absence of concrete experience. In this experiment, a series of videotapes provide students with...
The use of alternative media for the teaching and learning of accounting, in contrast to the traditional lecture/tutorial format, continues to be highly topical. There is a continuing challenge for teachers to devise teaching and learning strategies which will encourage students to relate to the...
Many students find the application of sampling theory to audit testing difficult, even if they have a good grounding in business statistics. This paper describes an action-learning technique used to teach audit sampling theory to third-year business degree students at The Open Polytechnic of New...
Many students perceive management accounting topics to be difficult and boring. This is often attributed to the students lack of experience with the actual processes underlying management accounting theory. This paper introduces a factory simulation exercise and outlines the experiences of the...
This study, using third-year undergraduate business students as subjects, examined the reliability and validity of Honey and Mumford's Learning Styles Questionnaire and Schmeck's Inventory of Learning Processes. The predictive validity was assessed by relating scores on the subscales of the...
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