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Educators are concerned that the topically-sequenced examination version lead to higher scores in comparison to a random version. It is reasoned that students benefit from having a topically-sequenced examination as it leads them to recall information in the same order in which they learned it....
This study examines the factors affecting students' performance on an introductory UK undergraduate financial accounting course and changes in students' attitudes and perceptions towards Computer Aided Learning (CAL) and accounting. It differs from previous research in that non-specialist...
This study documents and evaluates the effectiveness of using a hands-on conceptual model in an active learning environment in a first accounting class. A hands-on model that can be used to help students learn inventory cost allocations is described. The model's potential for enhancing student...
Tele teaching is a form of instruction that transmits image and speech back and forth between two or more physically separate locations. This paper investigates students' views on the use and effectiveness of tele teaching. Tele teaching was used to transmit Introductory Accounting lectures to...
This research investigates the effect of class size on introductory accounting student performance within the context of an active learning environment. In-class group activities were implemented as an integral part of the learning environment in both small and large sections. Although the class...
This case study concerns a company, operating within a highly sensitive industry, which needs to adopt new planning and control procedures along with performance measures in order to ensure its long term survival. The case explores the characteristics of the UK funeral industry, and the impact...
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