This Accounting Cafe online seminar on 25 March 2022 explored the future relationship between universities and the professional accounting bodies. Our guests argued that to protect the future of accounting education a new social partnership is necessary between universities and the professional accounting bodies. A significant problem is the current accreditation system which constrains accounting… Continue reading From unrequited love to sleeping with the enemy
Accounting Cafe online seminar on 17 February 2022 This Accounting Cafe seminar was hosted by Susan Smith, an innovative and prize-winning accounting educator and Associate Dean at University of Sussex Business School. Here are 50 minutes of ideas and practical suggestions to help you to deliver innovative accounting teaching, learning and assessment. This is followed… Continue reading Innovations in accounting education
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
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
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?
Accounting Cafe online seminar on 23 September 2021 Hilary Lindsay, former ICAEW President Hilary Lindsay contends that complete professionals are those who continue to learn in response to their environments. This requires more than professional knowledge and skills. It requires career adaptability.Whether you are at the beginning, middle, or coming to the end of your… Continue reading What kind of professional are you? Informed, competent or complete?
Toby York and Paul Jennings hosted a Zoom seminar on 20 May 2021 This was the third seminar in a series about using concept maps in accounting education. Session 1: Concept mapping in accounting education Session 2: The funding butterfly This approach emphasises the organisational structure of accounting knowledge, which makes it easier to teach… Continue reading Seminar: Deriving profit using a concept map
Toby York and Paul Jennings hosted a Zoom seminar on 18 March 2021 Zoom cloud recording (34 minutes): Toby York demonstrates the "funding butterfly", part of the Colour Accounting method, which he uses to introduce students to the accounting equation. StartsContent00:00Introduction02:04The BaSIS FrameworkTM04:35Where to start06:10Point of view: the pineapple conversation10:40The funding butterfly25:35The accounting equation Zoom… Continue reading Seminar: The funding butterfly
Toby York hosted a Zoom seminar on on 18 February 2021 This recording is hosted on Zoom cloud and is about 38 minutes.You can download the presentation slides at the bottom of this page StartsContent00:00Introduction05:19Module learning outcomes 06:60The BaSIS Framework10:45Introducing accounting to students14:27Conversation 1: point of view16:25Conversation 2: the funding butterfly27:32Conversation 3: deriving profit30:00Materials and… Continue reading Seminar: Concept mapping in accounting education