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2020 Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Section Midyear Colloquium

Call for Submissions

Teaching Track Submission: Deadline Monday, October 5, 2020  at 11:59 pm Eastern

Poster session & EdTalks Call for Proposals:

CFP: Do you have a successful teaching strategy that improves students' understanding or learning? What is it that you do that leads students to the “A-HA” moment? Submit an abstract (limit 500 words) for consideration. Include: 

1. Identify your submission for a poster session, EdTalk or Virtual Learning session.

2. Description

3. Provide the outcomes or goals of your presentation. Identify:

  • The impact of your topic on the students, learning, or teaching.
  • The benefit to participants of attending or participating in your presentation.
  • If applicable, include the area of accounting (financial, tax, cost…) or the level of course/students (undergraduate- freshmen, sophomore, or graduate (MBA, MAcc). 
     

Virtual Learning Environment Call for Proposals: 

The Spring 2020 semester, aka the COVID 19 semester, resulted in an immediate switch in teaching modes. Did you have experiences (successes and failures) that you would like to share and discuss with others? Submit an abstract (limit 500 words) for lessons learned, both successes and failures, on such topics as how to: 

  • Stay connected with colleagues near and far
  • Sustain communication with students
  • Help students handle the transition
  • Set students up for success
  • Adapt teaching methods and course requirements/schedules (i.e., day classes and night classes, lab classes, and active learning classes)
  • Develop materials – tools and resources
  • Design assessments of students’ learning
  • Maintain momentum and relationships with students 
  • Stay healthy and positive

Other issues and topics you found relevant to the situation.

Submission should include the following: 

1. Identify your submission for a poster session, EdTalk or Virtual Learning session.

2.Description

3. Provide the outcomes or goals of your presentation. Identify:

  • The impact of your topic on the students, learning, or teaching.
  • The benefit to participants of attending or participating in your presentation.

If applicable, include the area of accounting (financial, tax, cost…) or the level of course/students (undergraduate- freshmen, sophomore, … or graduate (MBA, MAcc)

To submit your abstract:

Submit your abstract directly to Stephanie Glaser at stephanie@aaahq.org by October 5, 2020 deadline

Research Track Submission: Deadline Monday, October 5, 2020 at 11:59 pm Eastern

Papers (Concurrent Session #3):
We invite authors to submit accounting education-related research papers, case studies, teaching notes, or commentaries to our themed conference on the science of learning. This themed conference welcomes all views on the scholarship and art of teaching in accounting with all types of articles, including empirical, theoretical, case studies, autobiographical, or opinion pieces considered. We welcome early-stage projects as well as journal-ready work, making this an ideal way to get feedback on work early in its development. We also invite reviewers to volunteer to evaluate submitted manuscripts (reviewers must perform a journal-quality review and be willing to present their review if their reviewed manuscript is accepted for presentation). Authors and reviewers are expected to register for the TLC Midyear Colloquium within two weeks of acceptance

Posters:
We are accepting proposals to share your research during our conference poster session (research forum). Submissions should include your poster title and a summary of your poster presentation. The poster session submission system will not accept papers.  We welcome journal-ready accounting education-related research papers, case studies, teaching notes, or commentaries as well as research proposals (up to data collection).  Presenters are expected to register for the TLC Midyear Colloquium within two weeks of acceptance.

To submit:
Submit directly to Stephanie Glaser at stephanie@aaahq.org by Monday, October 5, 2020 deadline

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