• 2016 Southeast Region Meeting

    The Southeast Region Meeting is a great opportunity to learn and share teaching, research, and service ideas. Be a part of your accounting education community by submitting your work for presentation at the meeting.

  • Sharpen Your Teaching Skills

    • Collaborative Teaching Tips: Tough Questions:
    • Engaging Non-traditional Students: Strategies for Success
    • ADA GAAP - Are You Compliant? Tools to Ease Your Course Into ADA Compliance
    • Issues Related to the Intermediate Accounting Course Sequence.
    • Audit Project
    • Tips for Creating and Posting Material for Online and Hybrid Classes
    • Teaching Accounting: A Sources and Uses of Financing Approach
    • Automating the Student Excel Assignment: Prepare, Grade, Feedback and Retake Process
    • Interactive Spreadsheet Assignments to Promote Student Learning

  • CTLA Sessions

    Growing a Prosperous Society through Accounting: The AAA Centers

    Q&A with the AAA Center Directors: Growing a Prosperous Society through Accounting

    Sharing Best Teaching Practices Panel

    How IT Fits? Information Technology in the Accounting Curriculum: Part II

    Learning to Learn: The Accounting Vision Model and Accounting Judgments

    Accounting Education’s Emerging Issues

  • National Pilot Region Speaker

    Mark W. Nelson, Cornell University
    Perspectives on High-Quality Teaching

    Gain insights from a 2015 Cook Prize winner about their teaching philosophy and what motivates them to be superior teachers.

2016 Southeast Region Meeting

Click Here to Volunteer

Please consider volunteering to support the 2016 Southeast Region Meeting in one or more of the following capacities:

Paper/Case Submission Reviewer (for Paper and Dialogue Sessions)

The first and most important decision that the Paper/Case Submission Reviewer must make is whether or not the work is sufficiently advanced to be accepted for the meeting. Additionally, the reviewer is encouraged to provide supplemental comments explaining that choice, and indicating the state of advancement of the paper - whether it is a near-completed work, or if it is in a state of needed development. This information will help the submitting author with his/her development of the work, and, if it is to be accepted, it will assist the Paper Chair in deciding the best possible session in which to include the submission for presentation.

Paper Session Moderator

The Moderator will have logistical responsibilities during the Paper Session, keeping the agreed upon time schedule for each paper presentation and discussion, as well as ensuring the session starts and ends punctually.

Paper Session Discussant

The Discussant will be responsible for preparing paper feedback and presenting the feedback immediately following the presentation made by the paper's author. The discussant will have approximately 10-15 minutes.

Dialogue Facilitator for Dialogues Session

The Dialogue Facilitator has both logistical and facilitator responsibilities. Logistics include communicating with all of the session’s presenters before the meeting to make sure that all presenters share developmental questions about their own works with each other, read each others’ papers, and make notes on each others’ work for discussion.  The Dialogue Facilitator uses the author-submitted questions, as well as his/her own notes regarding each paper, to promote discussion. Also the Dialogue Facilitator must keep the agreed upon time schedule for each paper and ensure the session starts and ends punctually.


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