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The purpose of this study was to understand the processes undertaken by accounting academics during an international teaching experience that reveal their cultural intelligence (CQ) levels. We employ an ethnographic approach with confirmatory data collection involving five triangulated sources....
Our study aims to investigate whether engaging students with formative assessment and feedback activities could support students’ self-regulation, improve performance and improve satisfaction with assessment. The intervention designs are implemented using a novel framework, developed for staff...
The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) requires its member professional accounting organisations and their authorised educators to adopt the overarching guidelines that are provided in the International Education Standards (IES). Despite these requirements, which include that...
This study investigates the impact of peer assessment on students’ engagement in their learning in a group work context. The study used regression analysis and was complemented by qualitative responses from a survey of 165 first-year undergraduates in a UK university. Findings suggest that...
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