Embedding a single company case in an IFRS course

Alice Shepherd is an Associate Professor of Accounting and Finance at Leeds University Business School, Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and an award winning teacher with specialised knowledge of online and distance learning. https://videopress.com/v/6ZTnlr7W?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Faccountingcafe.org%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2021%2F12%2Fshepherd-alice_interview_20211210-1_mp4_std.original.jpg&preloadContent=metadata Alice Shepherd talks to Accounting Cafe Course context The cohort is approximately 200 students and the module is delivered… Continue reading Embedding a single company case in an IFRS course

Phenomenon-based learning

Liz Marsalnd

Accounting Cafe online seminar on 19 November 2021 Liz Marsland, Queensland University of Technology (45 mins) Liz Marsland is a trailblazer in phenomenon-based learning. She unpacks the methods, the challenges and the benefits to students and teachers in using this multi-disciplinary approach that has wide application across subject areas and throughout educational levels. Elizabeth Marsland,… Continue reading Phenomenon-based learning

What’s the ‘gateway drug’ for finance?

Accounting Cafe online seminar on 28 October 2021 Michael Gilmore, The Seven Dollar Millionaire Michael Gilmore believes that we need a gateway drug to get people hooked on finance. "The most generous estimates reckon 2/3 of the planet can't answer some basic questions on finance, but plenty of that 1/3 have guessed their way to… Continue reading What’s the ‘gateway drug’ for finance?

Teaching liabilities

Paul Jennings gives some useful tips and sequences for teaching liabilities. Image by cocoparisienne from Pixabay The elements of financial statements are the building blocks of financial statements.  If your students understand what the elements are then they will understand the basis for reporting events in financial statements. Those elements - assets, liabilities, equity, income… Continue reading Teaching liabilities