Advances in Accounting Education : Teaching and Curriculum Innovations

By: Rupert, Timothy JContributor(s): Kern, Beth BMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandAdvances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (195 p.)ISBN: 9781785607660Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Advances in Accounting Education : Teaching and Curriculum InnovationsDDC classification: 657 LOC classification: HF5630 | .R874 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Call for Papers -- Submission Process -- Writing Guidelines -- Editorial Review Board -- Statement of Purpose -- Review Procedures -- Improving the Quality of Learning in Accounting through Advice and Learning Experiences from Former Students -- Background -- Peer-Assisted Learning and Peer Feedback -- Social-Psychological Interventions in Education -- Hypotheses -- Methodology -- Sample and Participants -- Intervention -- Instrument and Data Collection
Models Used -- Results -- Survey Results -- Class Attendance Results -- Course Performance Results -- Student Dropout Rate Results -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Remote Proctoring: The Effect of Proctoring on Grades -- Remote Proctoring -- Prior Research and Hypothesis Development -- Sample, Data, and Model Specification -- Sample -- Data and Model Specification -- Results -- Descriptive Statistics and Correlations -- Regression Results -- Additional Analyses -- Regression Analysis without PROCTOR_No -- Course and Midterm Exam Grades
Proctoring versus No Proctoring -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Teaching Variance Analysis for Cost Accounting: How to Achieve above Par Performance -- Literature Review -- A New Approach -- Step 1: Identify and Compare the Relevant Data - Keeping Score -- Step 2: Understand What Happened by Asking Questions - Bogey or Birdie -- Step 3: Calculate the Variances for Decision Making - Improving Your Game -- An Application of the Method -- The Results -- Limitations of Study -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References
Special Section on Accounting Doctoral Programs and the Academic Job Market -- Introduction to Special Section on Accounting: Doctoral Programs and the Academic Job Market -- Accounting Doctoral Program Characteristics: A Guide for Prospective Students -- Additional Useful Readings -- Research Methodology -- Survey Results -- Courses and Deliverables -- How Many Accounting Courses Should I Expect at Your Program? -- How Are the Accounting Courses Structured at Your Institution? -- In What Department(s) are Electives Offered at Your Institution?
Beyond Course Requirements, What Other Deliverables Are Required at Your Institution? -- What Is the Expected Role of Qualifying/Comprehensive Exams? -- How Often Are the Accounting Seminars and Electives Offered? -- Student Cohort Information -- How Often Are Students Admitted to Your Institution? -- How Many Students Are Admitted to Your Institution? -- How Long Does It Typically Take Doctoral Students to Graduate at Your Institution? -- Student Research Support -- How Often Do Students Attend Academic Conferences at Your Institution?
While I am an Accounting Doctoral Student at Your Institution, Who Can I Expect to Work With?
Summary: Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations publishes both non-empirical and empirical articles dealing with accounting pedagogy. All articles explain how teaching methods or curricula/programs can be improved.
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Front Cover -- Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Call for Papers -- Submission Process -- Writing Guidelines -- Editorial Review Board -- Statement of Purpose -- Review Procedures -- Improving the Quality of Learning in Accounting through Advice and Learning Experiences from Former Students -- Background -- Peer-Assisted Learning and Peer Feedback -- Social-Psychological Interventions in Education -- Hypotheses -- Methodology -- Sample and Participants -- Intervention -- Instrument and Data Collection

Models Used -- Results -- Survey Results -- Class Attendance Results -- Course Performance Results -- Student Dropout Rate Results -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Remote Proctoring: The Effect of Proctoring on Grades -- Remote Proctoring -- Prior Research and Hypothesis Development -- Sample, Data, and Model Specification -- Sample -- Data and Model Specification -- Results -- Descriptive Statistics and Correlations -- Regression Results -- Additional Analyses -- Regression Analysis without PROCTOR_No -- Course and Midterm Exam Grades

Proctoring versus No Proctoring -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Teaching Variance Analysis for Cost Accounting: How to Achieve above Par Performance -- Literature Review -- A New Approach -- Step 1: Identify and Compare the Relevant Data - Keeping Score -- Step 2: Understand What Happened by Asking Questions - Bogey or Birdie -- Step 3: Calculate the Variances for Decision Making - Improving Your Game -- An Application of the Method -- The Results -- Limitations of Study -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References

Special Section on Accounting Doctoral Programs and the Academic Job Market -- Introduction to Special Section on Accounting: Doctoral Programs and the Academic Job Market -- Accounting Doctoral Program Characteristics: A Guide for Prospective Students -- Additional Useful Readings -- Research Methodology -- Survey Results -- Courses and Deliverables -- How Many Accounting Courses Should I Expect at Your Program? -- How Are the Accounting Courses Structured at Your Institution? -- In What Department(s) are Electives Offered at Your Institution?

Beyond Course Requirements, What Other Deliverables Are Required at Your Institution? -- What Is the Expected Role of Qualifying/Comprehensive Exams? -- How Often Are the Accounting Seminars and Electives Offered? -- Student Cohort Information -- How Often Are Students Admitted to Your Institution? -- How Many Students Are Admitted to Your Institution? -- How Long Does It Typically Take Doctoral Students to Graduate at Your Institution? -- Student Research Support -- How Often Do Students Attend Academic Conferences at Your Institution?

While I am an Accounting Doctoral Student at Your Institution, Who Can I Expect to Work With?

Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations publishes both non-empirical and empirical articles dealing with accounting pedagogy. All articles explain how teaching methods or curricula/programs can be improved.

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Edited by Timothy J. Rupert, Northeastern University, USABeth B. Kern, Indiana University South Bend, USA

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