Teaching Monograph 2001
In 2001, the American Taxation Association published the teaching monograph: Methods, Topics, and Issues in Tax Education: A Year 2001 Perspective, edited by Janet A. Meade. This monograph was funded by the Deloitte & Touche Foundation.
All files below are in pdf format.
Hardcopy editions of this monograph may be purchased on the American Accounting Association website's Marketplace.
Part I: Tax Education Methods
Chapter 1: Applying Group and Team Learning Concepts in Tax Classes, John J. Masselli, Robert C. Ricketts, and Bobbie C. Martindale
Chapter 2: Active Learnng Exercises, Marguerite (Zite) Hutton
Chapter 3: Computer Presentations on a TV/VCR, Shirley Dennis-Escoffier
Chapter 4: Quick Tips to Enhance the Learning Process, Peggy A. Hite
Part II: Technological Applications
Chapter 5: An Introduction to the Tax Resources on the Web, Jerrold J. Stern
Chapter 6: Exchanging Information and Communicating with Students Using a University-Wide Intranet, Debra S. Callihan
Chapter 7: Interactive Tax Learning Using WebCT, Amy E. Dunbar
Chapter 8: Web-Based Information Management: Developing a 21st Century Career, Ronald R. Tidd
Part III: Distance Learning
Chapter 9: Teaching Tax Courses via Distance Learning, Richard L. Newmark
Chapter 10: Distance Education in the ATAX National Classroom: An Australian Case Study, Chris Evans and Paul Macmullen
Part IV: Microeconomic and Decision-Based Teaching Approaches
Chapter 11: Microeconomic Approach to Teaching Tax, Jerrold J. Stern
Chapter 12: Microeconomic and Decision-Based Tax Pedagogy: Canadian Applications, Alan Macnaughton and Daniel B. Thornton
Part V: Tax Curriculum Issues
Chapter 13: Designing Tax Curriculum for the Acquisition of Core Competencies, Richard A. Gore
Chapter 14: Revising the Tax Curriculum: Making the Transition from a Traditional Curriculum to the AICPA Model Tax Curriculum, Shirley Dennis-Escoffier and Karen A. Fortin
Chapter 15: A Checklist for Revising the Tax Curriculum, Deborah A. Thomas
Part VI: Lifelong Learning
Chapter 16: Teaching the Tax Professional, Gem Baltazar, Kimo E. Hemmes, and Michael L. Roberts
A Letter From Our President
ATA Section President
Greetings ATA Members and Colleagues,
Welcome to the 2023/2024 academic year!
First, thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve as your president this year. The ATA is an extraordinarily collegial group, and I feel privileged that it has been a significant part of my professional life since I was a PhD student at the University of Texas, 20-plus years ago. Over the years, I have seen the ATA change and evolve to better meet the needs of its members, but one thing remains the same – the ATA continues to be my primary professional home outside my own university.
The 36th Annual American Taxation Association (ATA) Midyear Meeting
The Midyear Meeting takes place on February 23 and 24, 2024 in Long Beach, California. Please join us in fostering lifelong CONNECTIONS and experiencing new LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES. The 2024 Midyear Meeting Planning Committee is planning a great program. We promise a diverse and cutting-edge program. On Thursday, February 22, 2024, prior to the ATA Midyear Meeting, we will also hold the 20th Annual ATA Tax Doctoral Consortium and the 10th Annual Teaching and Curriculum Conference.
From Analytics to Auditing, or Corporate Tax to Tax Law, there are great career opportunities awaiting you in Tax related fields.