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2017 Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Section Midyear Colloquium

Preliminary Program

Thursday, November 16, 2017

   
5:30 pm–7:00 pm Reception

   

Friday, November 17, 2017

   
   
8:00 am–9:00 am Breakfast

   
9:00 am–10:30 am Plenary Session

What do we Really Know about how People Learn?
Speaker: Edward Watson, Association of American Colleges and Universities

   
10:30 am–10:50 am Break

   
10:50 am–12.30 pm Concurrent Sessions

1.01: Moving a Research Idea into Reality
Panelists:
Tim Fogarty, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education
Alan Reinstein, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education
David E. Stout, Former Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education and former Editor, Issues in Accounting Education

1.02: Small Teaching Tips That Create Large Learning Gains
Presenters:
Brenda Mattison, Tri-County Technical College
Tracie Miller-Nobles, Austin Community College
   
12.30 pm–1:45 pm Lunch
   
1:45 pm–3:25 pm Concurrent Sessions

2.01: Scholarship in Accounting Education I

Pulling it All Together: ACME Trailers, A Costing Case
Douglas Ayres, Ball State University; Jason W Stanfield, Ball State University Discussants: David E. Stout, Villanova University; Bonnie Klamm, North Dakota State University

Sunrise Hotels: An Integrated Managerial Accounting Teaching Case
James W Hesford, University of Lethbridge; Mina Pizzini, Texas State University - San Marcos; Nicolas Mangin, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne; Thomas G Calderon, University of Akron
Discussants: Tracey Manly, University of Tulsa; Christina Ritsema, Colorado State University

Teaching Millennials with Reality TV: The Use of Multimedia Learning in Managerial Accounting
Danny Lanier, Elon University; Kelly Richmond Pope, DePaul University
Discussants: Norbert Tschakert, Salem State University; Don Wygal, Rider University 

Tourist Trap: The New Lease Accounting Standard and Debt Covenants

Charlene Parnell Spiceland, Simmons College; J. David Spiceland, University of Memphis; Phillip Kamau Njoroge, Coastal Carolina University
Discussants: Linda Matuszewski, Northern Illinois University; Stephanie Grimm, University of St Thomas - Minneapolis

2.02: Storytelling: The Art and Benefit

Speaker: Chuck Hooper, BIAlytics
   
3:25 pm–3:45 pm Break
   
3:45 pm– 5:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

3.01: Scholarship in Accounting Education II

We All Scream for Ice Cream Analytics: Using Data Visualization Software to Drive Business Decision Making
Jamie Hoelscher, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville; Amanda Mortimer, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Discussants: Yuebing Liu, University of Tampa; Anna Vysotskaya, Southern Federal University 

Fraud Examination is Not Auditing: An Interactive Case Revealing Typical Fraud Examination Tasks and Sequences
Donald C Wengler, University of Central Missouri
Discussants: Barbara White, University of West Florida - Pensacola and Norbert Tschakert, Salem State University

Developing Early Career Audit Professionals at Work: Towards Audit Ineffectiveness
Kato Plant, University of Pretoria; Gerrit Sarens, Universite de Catholique Louvain
Discussants: Alan Reinstein, Wayne State University; Tracy Manly, University of Tulsa

3.02: Understanding and Engaging Millennial and iGen Learners! A Different Way to Think About Teaching
Presenters:
Markus Ahrens, Saint Louis Community College-Meramec
Cathy Scott, Navarro College
   
5:30 pm–7:00 pm Reception with Teaching Practices Forum

Poster 1:
Problem based  learning as a Tool for Accounting Studnets
Katherine Kinkela, Iona College
Marie Gioiosa, Iona College

Poster 2:
I’m Loving It! Using McDonald’s and Other Retail Establishments in a Fun, Experiential Learning Approach to Financial Statement Analysis
Joseph Foy, SUNY Old Westbury

Poster 3:
Creating an Accounting Model for Tax Planning with Matrices: A Teaching Case
Elena Mikhalkina, Southern Federal University
Anna Vysotskaya, Southern Federal University

Poster 4:
Using Case Studies to Teach Internal Controls and Fraud in Introductory Financial Accounting Classes
Russell Tietz, University of Mount Union

Poster 5:
Snapchat, Pizza and HGTV: Applying Financial and Managerial Accounting  Concepts to the Interests of Students
Elizabeth Grace Delano, Curry College

Poster 6:
Perfection by Publication: Achieving Outcomes in Fraud Examination Education through Experiential Learning
Jon-Yin Chong, Cornell University
John E. "Jack" Little, Cornell University

Poster 7:
Using Quizizz to Integrate Fun Multiplayer Activity in the Accounting Classroom
Fang Zhao, Merrimack College

Poster 8:
Using StrengthsFinder 2.0 to Facilitate Team-Based Learning
Fang Zhao, Merrimack College

Poster 9:
Understanding Treasury Stock Transactions: a Computer-Based Tutorial and Direct (Hands on) Approach
James McKee, Retired

Poster 10:
Understanding Inventory Recording in Principle Financial Accounting
Meifang Xiang, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

   

Saturday, November 18, 2017

 

8:00 am–9:00 am Breakfast
   
9:00 am–10:15 am Concurrent Sessions

4.01: Editor Panel
Panelists:
Allen B. Blay, Associate Editor, Issues in Accounting Education
Thomas Calderon Editor, Advances in Accounting Education
Natalie T. Churyk, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education
Marco Lam, Editor, Global Perspectives on Accounting Education
Alan Sangster, Editor, Accounting Education

4.02: Teaching Students How to Learn: Learning Strategies That Transform Student Motivation, Learning, and Success
Presenter: Cathy Scott, Navarro College
   
10:15 am–10:35 am Break

   
10:35 am–12:15 pm Concurrent Sessions

5.01: Individual Appointments with Editors/Associate Editors
Participants:
Natalie T. Churyk, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education; Dale Flesher, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Tim Fogarty, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Bonnie Klamm, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Mark J. Kohlbeck, Associate Editor, Issues in Accounting Education; Tracy Manly, Associate Editor, Issues in Accounting Education; Marco Lam, Editor, Global Perspectives on Accounting Education; Alan Reinstein, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Alan Sangster, Editor, Accounting Education; David E. Stout, Former Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education and former Editor of Issues in Accounting Education; Don Wygal, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education

5.02: Winter Oak: Cultivating Passion for Teaching
Presenter: Bob Allen, University of Utah
   

Note: The CPE Fields of Study curriculum is divided into twenty subject matter areas. These fields represent the primary knowledge and skill areas needed by accounting licensees to perform professional services in all fields of employment. Sessions that offer CPE credit have the Field of Study and Credit Hours (CH) in red. Each Credit Hour is based on 50 minutes. The Program Level for each of these sessions is Basic, unless otherwise stated. Delivery Method: Group Live

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