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CTLA Program

Friday, August 5, 2016


5:00pm-7:00pm Registration

Saturday, August 6, 2016


7:00am-6:00pm Registration

7:00am-11:20am Poster Setup for Effective Teaching Practices Forum Session 4.0

7:00am-8:00am Continental Breakfast

8:00am-8:50am Session 1.0: Welcome and Opening Session
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Speakers: Karen Braun, Case Western Reserve University
Cynthia Bolt-Lee, The Citadel

9:00am-9:50am Session 2.0: Plenary Session
"Recharge Your Batteries: The Joys and Importance of Teaching"
Personal Development - 1.0 CH
Speaker: Joe Hoyle, University of Richmond

9:50am-10:20am Refreshment Break

10:20am-11:10am

3.0: Concurrent Sessions

Session 3.1: Teaching Roundtable — Managerial Accounting Topics (choose 3)
Finance - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Shannon Charles, The University of Utah

Table 1: What Shape Are You?
Steven Hirsch, Metropolitan State University

Table 2: An Integrative Framework for Teaching the Cost or Managerial Course
Neil Wilner, University of North Texas
Rochelle Greenberg, Florida State University

Table 3: Teaching Sustainability in an Accounting Classroom
Timothy Creel, University of Detroit Mercy
Veronica Paz, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Table 4: A Conceptual Framework for Teaching Management Accounting
Sajay Samuel, The Pennsylvania State University

Table 5: Infusing Ethics in Managerial/Cost Accounting Classrooms: A Teaching Resource
Ira Abdullah, Robert Morris University
Karen Green, The University of Toledo
Deidre A. Liedel, The University of Toledo

Session 3.2: Teaching Roundtable — General Teaching Topics (choose 3)
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Andy Williams, Edmonds Community College

Table 1: Overcoming Accounting Anxiety - How to Convince Non-Accounting Majors That They Can Succeed in Required Accounting Classes
Ian Wise, Wagner College

Table 2: Bringing Big Data into Accounting Information Systems Courses
Ashley Davis, The University of Oklahoma

Table 3: Role-Playing and Student Engagement: Students Perceptions and Implementation Suggestions
Cynthia Phillips, St.John's University
Joseph E. Trainor, St. John’s University

Table 4: Creativity in the Accounting Classroom
Marsha Huber, Youngstown State University

Table 5: The Faux Quiz: A Strategy to Increase Student Retention
Amy Yurko, Duquesne University

Session 3.3: Auditing Course Topics
Gramercy Auditing - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Jeannie Harrington, Middle Tennessee State University

Providing Students with a Second Look at Cognitive Bias
Rebecca Fay, East Carolina University
Norma Montague, Wake Forest University

Using a Service Project to Reinforce Learning
Kimberly Webb, Texas Wesleyan University

Auditing the University: Learning Through Practice
Ellen Lippman, University of Portland
Teri Grimmer, University of Portland

Session 3.4: Teaching Introductory Classes in Large Course Sections
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Melissa Larson, Brigham Young University

Presentation Day - Live Case Presentations in a 400 student Introductory Accounting Class
Glenn Skrubbeltrang, Brock University

Teaching the Intro Financial Course
Lynn Almond, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Tips for Successful Teaching in Large Classes: Can You Really Engage 750 Students in a Large Lecture Hall?
Earl Stice, Nazarbayev University
James D. Stice, Brigham Young University

Session 3.5: Accounting Information Systems
Computer Science - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Ada Duffey, University of Wisconsin–Waukesha

Rethinking the Role of QuickBooks in Accounting Information Systems
Bradley Lail, Baylor University
Kathleen Hurtt, Baylor University

Enterprise System Case Using Microsoft Dynamics GP via DynamicsCloud
Marcia Watson, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Bonnie K. Klamm, North Dakota State University
Mark Lehman, Mississippi State University
Joann Segovia, Winona State University

Using NetSuite in AIS, How Sweet It Is
Tina Rolling, Alma College

Session 3.6: Teaching Online Courses
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Maureen Flores, Troy University

Increasing Student Satisfaction in Online Accounting Courses Through Lecture and Homework Videos
Maureen Flores, Troy University

Maintaining Academic Integrity When Teaching Online
Cathy Margolin, University of Phoenix–Online Campus
Jason C. Porter, The University of South Dakota

Session 3.7: Ethics
Behavioral Ethics - 1.0 CH
Moderator: John Dexter, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Personal Strategy Map and Balanced Scorecard Assignment in Management Accounting or Ethics Courses to Facilitate Moral Development
George Babbes, Azusa Pacific University

Philosophical Inquiry in the Classroom
Martin Martinoff, Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales

The Robin Hood Fraudster? Shyster or Hero? An Accounting Ethics Case from Multiple Perspectives
Marcia Watson, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Kevin Dow, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Vincent Shea, St. John’s University

11:20am-12:10pm Session 4.0: Effective Teaching Practices Forum #1
Poster Session of Pedagogy and Course Best Practices
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH

Managerial
4.1: Building Airplanes in Managerial Accounting
Timothy Creel, University of Detroit Mercy
Veronica Paz, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Audit
4.2: Audit Memos that Develop Multiple Skills for Multiple Assessments
Genevieve Scalan, Texas A&M University–Kingsville

Introductory Courses
4.3: Does Technology Matter? Reflections on Alternative Media for Classroom Engagement of Students in the First Accounting Class
Thomas Calderon, The University of Akron
Melanie McCoskey, The University of Akron

4.4: Do Our Introductory Accounting Textbooks Reflect Current Accounting Practice?
Paul Wells, Auckland University of Technology
Rowena Sinclair, Auckland University of Technology

4.5: Using a Modified Version of the Monopoly (R) Board Game in an Introductory Financial Accounting Course
Alesha Graves, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

4.6: Understanding Inventory Flows and Accounting in the Introductory Course: An Active Learning Approach
Neil Wilner, University of North Texas
Rochelle Greenberg, Florida State University

4.7: Check-in’s for Large Classes
Jeff Reinking, University of Central Florida

4.8: Let’s Call It What It Is: Introduction to Accounting, a Gateway to the Discipline
Nausser Jamali, Illinois College

4.9: Enhancing Teaching and Learning in A College Financial Accounting Course Through Field Trips
Aaron Williamson, Jr., Chaminade University of Honolulu
Richard Kido, Chaminade University of Honolulu

Intermediate/Advanced
4:10: Engaging Students: Integrating Professionals in the Classroom
Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest
Kim Church, University of Missouri–Kansas City
Kelvie Crabb, The University of Kansas

4.11: Service Learning and Accounting Literacy
Patricia Davis, Keystone College
Suzanne Cercone, Lackawanna College

4.12: Advanced Financial Standards Project Idea: The Broad Business Challenges of Implementing New Financial Accounting Standards
Cindy Steward, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

General Education Topics
4.13: What Can We Learn from the Learning Sciences?
Martin Martinoff, Institute of Charted Accountants of England and Wales
Plamena Pehlivanoa, University College London

4.14: Multitasking: All the Millennials Are Doing It, But Are They Actually Better at It?
Michael Ozlanski, Susquehanna University
Eric M. Negangard, University of Virginia
Jonathan S. Pyzoha, Miami University

4.15: Reflective Practices to Improve Teaching and Learning
Susan Curtis, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Billie Cunningham, University of Missouri

4.16: Teaching Accounting Appreciation at the British Museum and in Your Classroom
Dale Flesher, The University of Mississippi
J. Riley Shaw, The University of Mississippi

Tax
4.17: Beyond VITA: A Service Learning Approach to Teaching Income Tax
Barbara Sumrall White, University of West Florida

4.18: Tell Me a Story: Teaching Estate, Gift and Trust Taxation with a Personal Narrative Approach
JaLynn Thomas, University of Arkansas

AIS
4.19: "Get out Your Notecards!" Low-Tech Work in a High-Tech Classroom: Engaging with Students Using Pen and Paper in Accounting Technology
Katie Terrell, University of Arkansas

4.20: Teaching Requirements Elicitation and Project Management through Role-Play: Engaging Soft Skills in the Accounting Information Systems Classroom
Katie Terrell, University of Arkansas
JaLynn Thomas, University of Arkansas

Graduate Level Courses
4.21: Incorporating the Publication Process into Your Graduate Class: A Win-Win for Students and Faculty
Richard Brody, The University of New Mexico

4.22: Experiential Global Business Mindset
Teresa Conover, University of North Texas

4.23: Teaching Tips Specific to Graduate-level Accounting Courses
Carie Ford, Baylor University Online

Online
4.24: Designing an Online Accounting Course with Focus on Best Practices
Maureen Flores, Troy University

Ph.D./New Faculty
4.25: New Faculty Tips to Write an Effective Syllabus
Mitchell Franklin, LeMoyne College
Joan Myers, LeMoyne College

Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award Honorable Mention:
4.26: Introducing Accounting: Classroom Application of the Pathways Commission Vision
Melissa Larson, Brigham Young University

12:20pm-2:10pm Session 5.0: Luncheon, Awards, and Presentation – How to Prepare Your Students for Today’s Data Driven Workplace
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Speakers: Chuck Hooper, BIAlytics
Ann Dzuranin, Northern Illinois University

Bea Sanders/AICPA 2015 Teaching Innovation Award
(Introductory Courses)

Presented by: Yvonne Hinson, AICPA
Winner:
UBuild: A Simulation Bridging Financial and Managerial Accounting
Fabienne Miller, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Huong Higgins, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Honorable Mention: Introducing Accounting: Classroom Application of the Pathways Commission Vision
Melissa Larson, Brigham Young University

George Krull/Grant Thornton 2015 Teaching Innovation Award
(Junior/Senior Level Courses)
Presented by: George W. Krull, Jr., Grant Thornton LLP, Retired
Joe Tria, Grant Thornton LLP
Winner: Diamond Foods Inc.: One Company, Two Cases, Four Courses. The Recipe for a Rich, Relevant and Exciting Learning Experience
Mahendra Gujarathi, Bentley University
Honorable Mention: Adding a Real-World Fraud Risk Assessment to your Fraud or Auditing Class
Mary Jepperson, College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University

Mark Chain/FSA 2015 Teaching Innovation Award (Graduate-Level Courses)
Presented by: Michael Roberts, FSA
Winner: Detective, Critic, Curator, Investigator—A Novel Approach to Encouraging Student Research and Creativity
Patricia Johnson, Canisius College
Honorable Mention: Crowdsourcing Analysis of Government Expenditures: "Armchair Auditors" - Case and Results of its Use in a Graduate Accounting Systems Class
Daniel O'Leary, University of Southern California
Honorable Mention: Bringing an Accounting Case to Life with Trained Actors: Teaching Interviewing and Teamwork Skills
Genevieve Risner, Michigan State University

1:00pm-5:00pm Poster Setup for Effective Teaching Practices Forum Session 9.0

2:20pm-3:10pm

6.0: Concurrent Sessions

Session 6.1: Teaching Roundtable — General Education Topics

(choose 3)
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Andy Williams, Edmonds Community College

Table 1: Writing Effective Examples for Our Students
Jason Porter, The University of South Dakota
Teresa Stephenson, The University of South Dakota

Table 2: Implementing Design Inquiry Techniques in a Sustainability
Accounting and Reporting Course
Jane Weiss, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater

Table 3: Game-based Learning and Gamification: Applying these Concepts to Accounting Education
Joseph Trainor, St. John’s University

Table 4: Leading Effective Online and Face-to-Face Discussions in Introductory Accounting Courses
Wendy Tietz, Kent State University

Session 6.2: Teaching Roundtable — Intermediate and Advanced Financial (choose 3)
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: John Dexter, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Table 1: Integrating Generic and Transversal Skills in International Financial Accounting
Ester Oliveras, Pompeu Fabra University
Patricia Crespo, Pompeu Fabra University

Table 2: Using Technology to Prepare Students for Intermediate Accounting
Marilyn Johnson, Portland State University

Table 3: Merging Advanced Accounting with Experiential Learning: From In-Class Accounting Consolidations to the Real-World Case of ExxonMobil
Nermeen Shehata, The American University in Cairo

Table 4: Teaching Accounting Standard Setting via Student Roleplaying: Full Cost versus Successful Efforts Accounting for Oil and Gas Companies
Charles Leflar, University of Arkansas
Katie L. Terrell, University of Arkansas

Table 5: Financial Accounting: The Transition from Introductory to Intermediate I
Michael Krause, University of South Florida

Session 6.3: New Faculty/Ph.D. Session #1
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH

Teaching Strategies for New Faculty
John DeJoy, Clarkson University
Karen Braun, Case Western Reserve University
Karen Osterheld, Bentley University

Session 6.4: Bea Sanders/George Krull/Mark Chain 2015 Award Winners
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Russell Tietz, University of Mount Union

Bea Sanders/AICPA 2015 Teaching Innovation Award (Introductory Courses)
UBuild: A Simulation Bridging Financial and Managerial Accounting
Fabienne Miller, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Huong Higgins, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

George Krull/Grant Thornton 2015 Teaching Innovation Award (Junior/Senior-Level Courses)
Diamond Foods Inc.: One Company, Two Cases, Four Courses. The Recipe for a Rich, Relevant and Exciting Learning Experience
Mahendra Gujarathi, Bentley University

Mark Chain/FSA 2015 Teaching Innovation Award (Graduate-Level Courses)
Detective, Critic, Curator, Investigator—A Novel Approach to Encouraging Student Research and Creativity
Patricia Johnson, Canisius College

Session 6.5: Big Data and Data Analytics
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Lynn Almond, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Big Data/Data Analytics: Implications for Accounting and Auditing Education
Thomas Weirich, Central Michigan University
Marc Tomlinson, Deloitte

Using Data Analytics to Detect Large and Unusual Journal Entries
Rebecca Fay, East Carolina University
Eric M. Negangard, University of Virginia

Session 6.6: Auditing Course Topics
Auditing - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Stacey Mirinaviciene, Keuka College

An Internal Controls Service Learning Project
Marie Blouin, Ithaca College

How to Get On-the-Job Experience Before Applying for a Job: Simulated Audit Projects Replicate Real World Experiences
Julie Browning, California Baptist University

Turning Your Classroom into a Warehouse: A Hands-On Lesson in Auditing Inventory
Michael Ozlanski, Susquehanna University
Suzanne Seymoure, Saint Leo University

Session 6.7: Applications of Blooms Taxonomy in Accounting Education
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Carol Hughes, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

Using Technology and Blooms Taxonomy in Today’s Classroom to Engage the Millennial Student and Raise the Learning Bar!
Cathy Scott, Navarro College
Markus Ahrens, St. Louis Community College, Meramec

My Experience Teaching an Undergraduate Accounting Capstone
Raymond Johnson, Portland State University

3:10pm-3:40pm Refreshment Break

3:40pm-4:30pm

7.0: Concurrent Sessions

Session 7.1: Teaching Roundtable — Introductory Courses (choose 3)
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest

Table 1: Effective Teaching Practices in Accounting
Behnaz Quigley, Marymount University

Table 2: Pom-poms and Hula Hoops? How to Engage and Retain Principles-level Accounting Students in Online Courses
Julie Browning, California Baptist University

Table 3: Enhancing Deep Learning Through Effective Cooperative Learning Design in Accounting Education
Chan Du, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Table 4: Tips to Promote Learning in the Introductory Accounting Course
Daniel Jones, Assumption College

Table 5: An Axiomatic Approach to Introductory Accounting
Bairj Donabedian, Pace University

Session 7.2: Technology Roundtable (choose 3)
Computer Science - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Roland Warfield, Seton Hall University

Table 1: Using Tableau for Visual Storytelling in the First Accounting Course
Brigitte Muehlmann, Babson College
Sunita Goel, Siena College
Charles Hooper, BIAlytics, Inc.
Richard Newmark, University of Northern Colorado
Bradley Trinkle, Mississippi State University

Table 2: Lights, Camera, HELP! Making Your First Educational Video
Ellen Jakovich, DeVry University

Table 3: Using Instagram to Teach Accounting
Wendy Tietz, Kent State University

Table 4: Kahoot
Cathy Scott, Navarro College

Table 5: The Use of Socrative in Teaching Accounting Courses
Fengyun Wu, Manhattan College

Session 7.3: New Faculty/Ph.D. Session #2
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH

Teaching Strategies for New Faculty
John DeJoy, Clarkson University
Karen Osterheld, Bentley University

Session 7.4: Taxation
Taxes - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Regina Lanette Brown, Eastfield College

Using Primary Sources in the Tax Classroom
John Gamino, The University of Texas at Dallas

A Comprehensive Case Study for an Introductory Tax Class
Maria Pirrone, St. John’s University
Laura Lee Mannino, St. John’s University
Biago Pilato, St. John’s University

Integration of Research into Introductory Undergraduate Tax Classes
Mitchell Franklin, LeMoyne College

Session 7.5: Managerial Accounting
Finance - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Shannon Charles, The University of Utah

Shark Tank in the Classroom
Kelvie Crabb, The University of Kansas

Brittney’s Boutique: Tailoring a Budget for Function as Well as Fashion
Cari Edison, Baylor University
Scott Bryant, Baylor University

Team Based Learning in Management Accounting: Not Your Average Group Work
Brittany Cord, Luther College

Session 7.6: Flipping the Classroom
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Lynn Almond, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Flipping the Classroom in Case Oriented Courses
Steven Landry, Naval Postgraduate School
Canri Chan, Middlebury College

Redesigning a First Year Undergraduate Course Into a Flipped Classroom Environment
Victoria Clout, UNSW Australia

Flipping the Class: Managing In-Class Learning
Jennifer Edmonds, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Session 7.7: New CPA Exam: Addressing Skills Needed
Accounting - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Jason Porter, The University of South Dakota

Flipping the Undergraduate Auditing Course: A Response to 2017 CPA Exam Proposed Changes
Jan Taylor Morris, Sam Houston State University

Learning Through Experience: Reducing the Fear of the CPA Exam
Emily Seay, Ohio University
Leslie Blix, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Mark Edmonds, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

4:40 pm-5:30pm

8.0: Concurrent Sessions

Session 8.1: Teaching Roundtable — Auditing Course Topics(choose 3)
Auditing - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Ron Lazer, The Academic Center of Law and Science: Israel

Table 1: Using Games to Develop Auditor Interview Skills
J. L. Souza, The Pennsylvania State University Abington

Table 2: Application of Data Mining Techniques for Assessing Business
Risks During the Audit Process (Case)
Denis Ursov, Brock University

Table 3: Audit Memos that Develop Multiple Skills for Multiple Assessments
Genevieve Scalan, Texas A&M University–Kingsville

Session 8.2: Technology Roundtable (choose 3)
Computer Science - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Maureen Flores, Troy University

Table 1: Using Tableau for Visual Storytelling in the First Accounting Course
Brigitte Muehlmann, Babson College
Sunita Goel, Siena College
Charles Hooper, BIAlytics, Inc.
Richard Newmark, University of Northern Colorado
Bradley Trinkle, Mississippi State University

Table 2: Pivot Power-Using Pivot Tables to Evaluate Inventory Accuracy in Manufacturing
Penelope Lyman, University of North Georgia

Table 3: Processing the Black Box: Advanced Excel and the Accounting Cycle
Mark Friedman, University of Miami
Royce Burnett, Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Table 4: Incorporating Social Media in The Classroom
Mfon Akpan, National Louis University
Kelly Richmond Pope, DePaul University

Table 5: Producing Short Videos: Opportunities for Interactions
Yaneli Cruz, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Session 8.3: New CPA Exam: Addressing Skills Needed
Accounting - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Maureen Flores, Troy University

Teach Higher Order Skills for the 2017 CPA Exam
John DeJoy, Clarkson University

Ahead of the Curve: Incorporating Changes from the CPA Exam into the Intermediate Classroom
Phil Brown, Harding University

Session 8.4: Financial Accounting (Intermediate and Advanced)
Accounting - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Melissa Larson, Brigham Young University

Crossing the Boundaries of Accounting Courses
Jennifer Wright, Drexel University
Stacy Kline, Drexel University

Tripling the Pass Rate: How an Accounting Program in a US State University Increased the CPA Exam Pass Rate Among Its Students
Frank A. Badua, Lamar University
Clare D. Burns, Lamar University

Advanced Financial Standards Project Idea: The Broad Business Challenges of Implementing New Financial Accounting Standards
Cindy Steward, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

Session 8.5: Managerial Accounting
Finance - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Patricia A. Johnson, Canisius College

Proposing a Product: Learning Cost Accounting Through Product Development
Suzanne Seymoure, St. Leo University

Making Managerial Accounting More than an Exercise in Number Crunching
Robert Wilbanks, Tennessee Technological University

A Cost Accounting and Accounting Information Systems Joint Experiential Learning Project Examining the Design of Systems and Structures Across Departments
Debbie Snyder, Calvin College
Marilyn Stansbury, Calvin College

Session 8.6: General Education Topics
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0
Moderator: Carol Hughes, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

Turning Our Students into Active Participants: Ideas for Effectively Using Classroom Time to Engage Students
Jason Porter, The University of South Dakota
Richard Minot, California State University, San Marcos

Teaching Cases
Cassy Budd, Brigham Young University

Designing a Competency Based Education Course
Roland Warfield, Seton Hall University

Session 8.7: Introductory Classes
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Billie Cunningham, University of Missouri

Competency Based Learning in a Flipped Classroom
Chris Edmonds, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Impact of the New Revenue Recognition Standard on the Introductory Financial Accounting Class
Wendy Tietz, Kent State University

Improving Student Performance and Retention Rates for Introductory Financial Accounting Course through Course Redesign
Nancy Mangold, California State University, East Bay
Ching-Lih Jan, California State University, East Bay

5:45pm-7:15pm

Session 9.0: Reception and Effective Teaching Practices Forum Poster Session of Pedagogy and Course Best Practices
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH

Managerial
9.1: Business Core Managerial Accounting: Can Entrepreneurial
Experiences Illuminate Basic Class Lessons?
Michael Krause, University of South Florida

Audit
9.2: The Boyer Model Revisited: Teaching Auditing Through Community Engagement
Michael Wilson, National University

Introductory
9.3: Accounting the "LANGUAGE" of Business
Stephen Bukowy, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

9.4: Pattern Recognition Theory as a Teaching Tool in Accounting Courses
Steven Mark, Houston Baptist University

9.5: Non-negative Monetary Units and The Rules of Debit and Credit
Sony Warsono, Universitas Gadjah Mada

9.6: Cure the First Day of Accounting Blues: Introducing Debits and Credits by Playing Monopoly
Christine Kuglin, Metropolitan State University of Denver

9.7: An Analysis of Student Performance in Financial Accounting Classes Using Personal Response Technology (Clickers) Comparing Announced and Pop Quizzes
Kiran Parthasarathy, University of Houston

9.8: Integrating Intermediate and Principles: A Better Course Design for Accounting Majors
Biagio Pilato, St. John’s University
Mark M. Ulrich, St. John’s University

Intermediate/Advanced
9.9: Building a New Accounting Program
J. L. Souza, The Pennsylvania State University Abington

9.10: The Effects of Mobile Based ARS on Student Classroom Experience and Performance - Evidence from Non-accounting Major
Students in Accounting Courses
Hong Fan, St. Mary’s University

9.11: Sharing Materials Created for Online Courses with Face-to-Face Classes
Timothy Coville, St. John’s University

9.12: The New CPA Exam and the Non-Traditional Student
Mitchell Franklin, Le Moyne College
Joan Myers, Le Moyne College

General Education Topics
9.13: Contemplative Practices in Accounting Education: Possibilities and Prospects
Susan Curtis, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Richard Newmark, University of Northern Colorado
Dan Stone, University of Kentucky

9.14: The Problem Based Learning Used as a Teaching Strategy in the Accounting Course
Elisabeth Vendramin, Universidade de São Paulo
Adriana Maria Procópio de Araujo, Universidade de São Paulo
Raíssa Silveira de Farias, Universidade de São Paulo
João Paulo Resende de Lima, Universidade de São Paulo

9.15: Comparison of ICAS CPD Methodology to CPA CPE Methodology
Ian Wise, Wagner College

9.16: “Participation of Students” Training Conscious Participation Through an Open Space Process
Patricia Crespo Sogas, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Ester Oliveras, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

9.17: Creativity in the Accounting Classroom
Marsha Huber, Youngstown State University

9.18: Globalize Your Classes Using Student Study Abroad Experiences
Charles Leflar, University of Arkansas
Katie Terrell, University of Arkansas

Tax
9.19: Bringing the Accounting Class to Real Life in a Professional Technical Program Using Technology
Anne-Mary Nash-Haruna, Bellevue College

9.20: Highlighting Anti-Poverty Tax Provisions in Classroom Instruction
Benjamin Silliman, St. John’s University
Maria M. Pirrone, St. John’s University

9.21: Benefits and Pitfalls of Participating in a Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
Russell Tietz, University of Mount Union

AIS
9.22: Teaching Information Technology to Management Accounting Undergraduates
Gary Spraakman, York University
Winnie O’Grady, University of Auckland

9.23: Bringing Big Data into Accounting Information Systems Courses
Ashley Davis, The University of Oklahoma

Ethics
9.24: Ethics in Managerial Accounting
Ibolya Balog, Cedar Crest College

Graduate Level Courses
9.25: They Can Count Beans, Now How About Writing and Critical Thinking?
Frank A. Badua, Lamar University
Clare D. Burns, Lamar University

Online
9.26: How I Teach My Distance Education Accounting Course
Mehmet Kocakulah, University of Southern Indiana
Brett J. Long, University of Southern Indiana

Mark Chain/FSA Innovation in Graduate Teaching Award Honorable Mentions:
9.27: Crowdsourcing Analysis of Government Expenditures: ‘Armchair Auditors’ - Case and Results of its Use in a Graduate Accounting Systems Class
Daniel O’Leary, University of Southern California

9.28: Bringing an Accounting Case to Life with Trained Actors: Teaching Interviewing and Teamwork Skills
Genevieve Risner, Michigan State University

Sunday, August 7, 2016


7:00am-8:00am Continental Breakfast

8:00am-9:40am Session 10.0: Best Practices From the 2015 J. Michael and Mary Anne Cook Prize Winners for Consistent Excellence in the Delivery of Accounting Education
Personal Development - 1.5 CH
Presenters: Joe Hoyle, University of Richmond
Mark W. Nelson, Cornell University
Tracie L. Miller-Nobles, Austin Community College

9:40am-10:10am Refreshment Break

10:10am-11:00am

11.0: Teaching Solutions Concurrent Sessions

Session 11.1: Hands on Technology Session I
Computer Science - 1.0 CH

Table 1: Using Tableau for Visual Storytelling
Brigitte Muehlmann, Babson College
Sunita Goel, Siena College
Charles Hooper, BIAlytics
Richard Newmark, University of Northern Colorado
Bradley Trinkle, Mississippi State University

Table 2: Mobile Phones and Financial Accounting: How Apps Can Help
Nermeen Shehata, The American University in Cairo

Table 3: Google Form and Android App for Accounting Application
Chan Du, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Jia Wu, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Table 4: Backchannel Chat: Engage Students in Monitored Discussions in the Classroom
Joseph Trainor, St. John’s University
Cynthia R. Phillips, St. John’s University

Table 5: Using Tablet Computers to Produce Multimedia Instructional Materials for On-Line Accounting Courses
Steven R. Mark, Houston Baptist University
Christine L. Mark, Texas A&M University

Table 6: Using Camtasia to Assist Student Learning in Large Classes
Angela Andrews, Indiana University –Purdue University Indianapolis

Table 7: Analyze, Evaluate and Decide with SAP Lumira
Yaneli Cruz, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomod de Mexico

Table 8: Using Socrative.com As an Effective Way to Elicit Responses All Students
Cari Edison, Baylor University

Table 9: Doceri in the Classroom
Robyn Barrett, St. Louis Community College, Meramec

Table 10: Kahoot! Using Smartphones in the Classroom to Increase Student Engagement
Dennis O’Reilly, East Carolina University


Session 11.2: Tackling Teaching Together
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Cynthia Bolt-Lee, The Citadel

Collaborative Teaching Tips: Tough Questions Answered by an Audience of Experienced Instructors

Proposal Focus: This is an audience-centered teaching tip session. Participants, divided up into small table groups, will discuss common teaching challenges faced by most accounting faculty. At the end of the session, each table will report their solution to all participants. A cumulative list of solutions will be created by panelist/facilitators and shared on AAA Commons.

Key Issues and Concepts: Common challenges facing today’s accounting instructor

Learning Outcomes: Small table discussions will allow participants to discuss teaching issues at length for determination of their group’s "best practices" to resolve the questions posed during the session.


11:10am-12:00pm 12.0: Teaching Solutions Concurrent Sessions

Session 12.1: Hands on Technology Session II
Computer Science - 1.0 CH

Table 1:
Using Tableau for Visual Storytelling
Brigitte Muehlmann, Babson College
Sunita Goel, Siena College
Charles Hooper, BIAlytics, Inc.
Richard Newmark, University of Northern Colorado
Bradley Trinkle, Mississippi State University

Table 2: Using NetSuite In AIS, How Sweet It Is
Tina Rolling, Alma College

Table 3: Enterprise System Case Using Microsoft Dynamics GP via DynamicsCloud
Marcia Watson, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Bonnie K. Klamm, North Dakota State University
Mark Lehman, Mississippi State University
Joann Segovia, Winona State University

Table 4: Everything iPad
Markus Ahrens, St. Louis Community College, Meramec

Table 5: Using Cloud-based Software to Teach Not for Profit Accounting
Reed Roig, Queens University of Charlotte

Table 6: The Use of Socrative in Teaching Accounting Courses
Fengyun Wu, Manhattan College

Table 7: Analyze, Evaluate and Decide with SAP Lumira
Yaneli Cruz, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomod de Mexico

Table 8: Explain Everything
Wendy Tietz, Kent State University


Session 12.2: Tips for Turning Your Teaching Ideas into Gramercy Publications
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.0 CH
Moderator: Karen W. Braun, Case Western Reserve University

"Tips for turning your teaching ideas into Publications"

Have you ever thought about turning your teaching ideas into publications? This panel session will provide tips on how to successfully move a pedagogical innovation from conception to publication. Panelists include two seasoned editorial board members and one younger faculty member, each of whom has numerous publications in the accounting education literature. Panelists will share their best advice on how to successfully navigate the publication process.

Panelists: Tim Fogarty, Case Western Reserve University
Jason Porter, The University of South Dakota
Don Wygal, Rider University

12:10pm-1:00pm CTLA Reflections and Future Plans
Moderators: Karen Braun, Case Western Reserve University
Cynthia Bolt-Lee, The Citadel
We need your input! Come share your feedback about CTLA
2016 and give us suggestions for how to make CTLA 2017 even
better. Participants in this session will have the opportunity to enter
their comments and ideas into a drawing for a FREE CTLA 2017
registration.*
*(1) You MUST be present to win. (2) The winner MUST use this free
registration for the CTLA 2017. (3) The CTLA 2017 registration fee
CANNOT be applied to the AAA membership, or other AAA conference
activity fees. (4) There is NO cash value to this award.
*Schedule subject to change
We need your input! Come share your ideas about CTLA 2016 to help us have the best CTLA in 2017. Participants in this session will have the opportunity to enter their comments and ideas into a drawing for a FREE CTLA 2017 registration.*
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