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This monthly e-newsletter brings you a roundup of the top stories affecting accounting education, ideas for innovation in the classroom, and resources from the AICPA to support educators.
Follow these five tips to help students far from home fit in.
Four faculty members known for their innovative approaches to teaching technology were interviewed for the AICPA’s 2019 spring Council meeting.
This helpful guide provides the best-known free educator resources for teaching data analytics, including software, case studies, tutorials, assignments, full curricula, and more.
Learn about the stages of critical thinking to help accounting students develop skills needed for professional success.
Effective letters of recommendation can help shape futures. Follow these guidelines to make the process as easy as possible.
In this project that promotes critical thinking and collaboration, students work in groups to develop and research a driving question. Instructions and a sample timeline are included.
Seasoned faculty members offer their best advice for putting evaluations in the proper perspective and using them to improve your teaching.
Here are big and small ways to evolve from diversity to inclusion.
Educators and practitioners play an important role in helping students succeed in the evolving profession.
Try these strategies and tools to find the time to learn technology despite your busy schedule.
While some forms of service can feel burdensome, others can enhance your career and raise your profile on campus.
Accounting faculty and academic integrity experts weigh in on contract cheating and recommend ways to identify it and keep students from engaging in the practice.
Introducing students to metacognition — or examining the ways they think and study — can help them move beyond memorization to higher levels of critical thinking.
Try these ideas to hold students’ interest during lectures with slides.
Older editions and free online resources can produce hundreds in savings.
Learn what peer review teams are looking for in terms of the technology standard.
Discover the many ways the practitioners on your board can contribute to your students’ success, and read up on best practices for creating and maintaining a strong advisory board.
Educators recommend books that helped them in the classroom.
Liven up your classes with these tools from the 2018 CTLA/AAA Annual Meeting.
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