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2015 Northeast Region Meeting

Conference and Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA) Sessions

Plenary Presentation

Growing a Prosperous Society through Accounting: The AAA Centers
Susan Crosson, Director for the Center of Advancing Accounting in Education


CTLA Concurrent Sessions:

Q&A with the AAA Center Directors for Advancing Accounting:  Opportunities Ahead

Join a discussion with the Directors of the AAA Centers for Advancing Accounting on how you can be a part of the AAA’s plans for these important new institutions.    

Sharing Best Teaching Practices Panel
Moderator: Carol Hartley, Providence College

In this session, peers from your region community will share with you new techniques and strategies that you can employ right away in the classroom. Plus, gain insights on how to convert your own teaching best practices into presentations and/or articles. Learn to make them count both inside, and outside, your classes!

Panelists:
Zeshawn Beg, Cornell University
Russell Engel, Southern Connecticut State University
Mitchell Franklin, LeMoyne College
Daniel Jones, Assumption College
Julia Kokina, Babson College
Peggy O’Kelly, Northeastern University

Submit a teaching practice proposal by Wednesday, June 17 to present in this session! Click here for details.

How IT Fits? Information Technology in the Accounting Curriculum: Part II
Guido Geerts, University of Delaware

Using results of recent surveys, the Pathways Commission’s Technology Taskforce has continued to develop their critical work on how to integrate technology across the accounting curriculum in order to best prepare the next generation of accounting professionals. Learn more about this project, and about how you can incorporate technology into your accounting courses.

Learning to Learn: The Accounting Vision Model and Accounting Judgments
Gail Hoover King, Purdue University – Calumet; Carol Hartley, Providence College

The Pathways Commission introduced the Accounting Vision Model in 2013, a revolutionary new model for describing and teaching accounting as a constructive and proactive force in a prosperous society. How can you integrate it into your teaching? Learn how to understand the model, combine it with the pedagogical concept of "Learning to Learn,” and apply it to Accounting Judgments.  

Accounting Education’s Emerging Issues 
Gail Hoover King, Purdue University – Calumet; Susan Crosson, AAA

So much is happening: New teaching awards, opportunities for engaging in transformative projects, fun new teaching tools, and innovative pedagogy trends. Learn about all of them, and pick one new thing to try this year!

 

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