On 7 December 2021, Colin Leith and Toby York hosted an introductory seminar to a free online course for Level 3 teachers called “Teach accounting with confidence”. Colin Leith and Toby York outline the course content and the teaching and learning strategies Colin Leith is Economics, Business and Esports Subject Advisor at Pearson Education and… Continue reading Teach accounting with confidence
Do you think accounting can be fun? Is there a way to make it less boring and more engaging? Do you believe that learning accounting is easy and something everyone can do?
This is a hugely rewarding activity that can be rolled out easily. Accounting Cafe in schools, anyone? I have been running an “accounting club” for a group of sixth formers at my local community school for a couple of years (lately interrupted by lockdown). It sounds unlikely, but students gave it a 96% approval rating… Continue reading With your help Accounting Cafe can be active in your local school
A version of this article was first published on Linkedin on 30 July 2020. Concept maps are visual representations of information that show everything in a single view. They help students to create a clear mental model, which clarifies their thoughts and provides a shared language of understanding in a community of learners. Concept maps… Continue reading Why concept mapping is important