Seminar: Concept mapping in accounting education
Posted by Toby York. Last updated: October 6, 2022
Toby York hosted a Zoom seminar on on 18 February 2021
|05:19||Module learning outcomes|
|06:60||The BaSIS Framework|
|10:45||Introducing accounting to students|
|14:27||Conversation 1: point of view|
|16:25||Conversation 2: the funding butterfly|
|27:32||Conversation 3: deriving profit|
|30:00||Materials and implementation|
|31:45||An example of one of the 16 Classic transactions|
|35:15||Concept map materials: free, licensed and in development|
Teaching first-time accounting students has always been challenging. With remote learning it is even more so.
Toby York, Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University Business School, believes that using a concept map makes it much easier. For three years he’s been using a concept map called the BaSIS Framework and the Color Accounting System.
“Significantly, a concept map understood clearly within a community of learners provides a solid reference point throughout the student’s learning journey. It provides “pointability” for teachers and students alike.”
Toby talks about how he integrated concept mapping and used Colour Accounting in his teaching.
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