Excel Based Active Learning for the Managerial Accounting Course Webinar

You are invited to enjoy a webinar on Friday, November 10, 2017 at 2:00 pm ET.
 TLC Webinar:
Excel-Based Active-Learning for the Managerial Accounting Course
This presentation will describe seven excel-based active learning projects that are suitable for the introductory managerial accounting course. These projects are in essence relatively short business simulations (approximately 75 minutes each) that help students learn managerial accounting topics at a deeper level by requiring students to apply their knowledge, using Excel as a tool. Webinar participants will be given access to the project materials, as well as the suggested solutions. These projects were awarded the 2016 Bea Sanders/AICPA Teaching Innovation Award for Introductory Accounting Courses.
• Presenter: Karen Braun, Case Western Reserve University 
• Moderator: Dan Jones, Assumption College
Learning Objectives
• Learn why these projects were developed.
• Learn the topics and goals of each of the projects.
• Learn the variety of ways the projects can be used in a course
• Learn how to access the project instructions and suggested solutions.
• Learn about student feedback on the projects.
CPE Information/Prerequisites
• Field of Study: Finance
• Credit: 1.0 Credit Hour
• Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based Program
• Program Level: Overview
• Prerequisites: none
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I hope that 2020 has been kind to you thus far and that you have all enjoyed connecting with great students as we open a new decade together.

The fourth Teaching Learning and Curriculum Midyear Colloquium sponsored by KPMG took place on November 8 and 9, 2019 in Tampa, Florida. We opened the meeting with an industry panel aimed at helping attendees envision curriculum needs into the next decade and closed the meeting with a deeper look at the Gen Z worldview. Remaining sessions focused on moving research from early stages to working through editor comments, ED Talks on improving the classroom experience, the scholarship of teaching, and embracing disruptive technology. The conference was a huge success thanks to organizers, presenters, attendees, KPMG, and AAA staff. Thank you for making this conference a fantastic teaching and research learning experience. Plan to join us in the fall for the fifth annual TLC Midyear Colloquium tentatively planned for November 6-7, 2020...

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