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Accounting educators face ongoing needs for professional development. However, given constraints in available resource support and time demands, faculty members may perceive such efforts in terms of an ‘either/or’ proposition. An alternative view, presented here, conveys the power and potential...
This paper is a summary of a presentation made at the 2010 Annual Conference of the British Accounting Association's Special Interest Group on Accounting Education, held at Dublin City University. This presentation set out a case for a communal scholarship of teaching and learning within...
While literature points to significant benefits from using case-based teaching in accounting education, the extent to which these benefits can be obtained with large undergraduate classes is not evident. Using an action research approach, strategies for the use of case-based teaching in large...
During 2010, minimum academic standards for Australian bachelor and master degree programmes in accounting were formulated. These were developed for a new higher education system predicated on expansion, including participation targets and demand-driven funding for public institutions, and a...
This study into the perceived importance of oral communication skills in accountancy included the collection and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data from a national survey of New Zealand accountants, followed by a series of semi-structured interviews. Survey and interview data reveal...
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