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2016 Midwest Region Meeting

Sharpen Your Teaching Skills

Presented on Friday and Saturday at the meeting, sessions in this track will feature presentations by educators from across the country sharing valuable teaching tips that you can put to use immediately in your classes.

Friday

Session 1.01: Use of Documentary Films (Digital Media) in Accounting Education
Kelly Richmond Pope, DePaul University, Producer/Director of All the Queen’s Horses

Session 2.01: Sharing Best Teaching Practices
Moderator: Richard Walstra, Dominican University
Presenters:
Nausser Jamali, Associate Professor of Accounting at Illinois College
Mehmet Kocakulah, University of Southern Indiana
Connie Mersch, Monmouth College
Pamela Schmidt, Washburn University
Kimberly Church, University of Missouri Kansas City
Brett Long, University of Southern Indiana
               
Session 3.01: Engaging Non-Tenure Track Faculty as Teaching & Learning Scholars

Session 3.01a: Check a New Box: How to Become a Scholarly Practitioner
Kim Church - Assistant Professor at Henry W. Bloch School of Management, University of Missouri Kansas City
Kelvie Crabb - Instructor at the Capital Federal College of Business, University of Kansas
Gail Hoover King - Professor at College of Business, Purdue University Northwest
Stacey Lhuillier - Instructor at College of Business Administration, Kansas State University

Session 3.01b: Launch Learning: Students Create, Collaborate … and Comprehend Management Accounting 
Kim Church - Assistant Professor at Henry W. Bloch School of Management, University of Missouri Kansas City
Kelvie Crabb - Instructor at the Capital Federal College of Business, University of Kansas
Gail Hoover King - Professor at College of Business, Purdue University Northwest
               
Saturday

Session 4.01: Engaging Professionals to Meet Pathways Recommendation #4

Session 4.01a: Integrating Professionals in Course Activities: A Strategy for Student Engagement
Kim Church - Assistant Professor at Henry W. Bloch School of Management, University of Missouri Kansas City
Kelvie Crabb - Instructor at the Capital Federal College of Business, University of Kansas
Stacey Lhuillier, Kansas State University
Pamela J. Schmidt - Assistant Professor at School of Business, Washburn University

Session 4.01b: Shark Tank: Using Professionals for Experiential Learning in the Classroom 
Kelvie Crabb - Instructor at the Capital Federal College of Business, University of Kansas
               
Session 5.01: Developing Students’ Skills While Teaching Accounting Curriculum
Abbie Daly, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Would you like to help your students develop the skills that are critical for success in the accounting profession, but can’t seem to fit this in when you have so many other topics to cover? The presenter will share a variety of strategies she has successfully utilized in her courses that help develop students’ technical research skills, oral and written communication skills, Excel skills, and collaborative skills, all while still effectively teaching accounting curriculum. Furthermore, student feedback on these strategies will be provided during the session.

 

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