Advances in Accounting Education is a refereed, academic research annual whose purpose is to meet the needs of faculty members interested in ways to improve their classroom instruction. It publishes thoughtful, well-developed articles that are readable, relevant and reliable. Articles are peer-reviewed and may be either empirical or non-empirical. They emphasize pedagogy, i.e., explaining how faculty members can improve their teaching methods, or how accounting units can improve their curricula/programs. The series examines diverse issues such as software use, cultural differences, perceptions of the profession, and more.
Assessing Student Learning and Growth Through Audit Risk Simulations. (B.P. Green, T.G. Calderon). Motivating Student Interest in Accounting: A Business Planning Approach to the Introductory Management Accounting Course. (N.P. Barsky, A.H. Catanach, Jr). Developing Practical Skills With the Accountant-Client Privilege. (S.V. Campbell, M.S. Niles). Multi-Entity Partnering in Accounting Education: Narrowing the Gap Between the Profession and Academia. (O. Whitfield Broome, M.H. Morris). Estimating The Ratings of Journals Omitted in Prior Quality Ratings. (D.F. Bean, R.A. Bernardi). An Approach to Teaching Ethical Decision-Making in Accounting: Analyzing the Moral Issue. (D. Leitsch, P. Simmons). Screening Criteria for Accounting Positions: An Update of the Johnson and Johnson Study. (C.J. Normand, R. Cummings). Raising Students Ethical Sensitivity With a Value Relevance Approach. (M.P. Coyne, D.W. Massey, J.C. Thibodeau). Use of ERP Software in Accounting: A Teaching Note. (M. Gujarathi). Is PBL an Improved Delivery Method for the Accounting Curriculum? (C.D. Heagy, C.M. Lehmann). The Effects of Gender, Mental Imagery, and Powerpoint Presentation on Student Attitudes. (H. Nouri, B.D. Clinton). Best Practices in Accounting Program Assessment: Executive Summary, AAA Teaching and Curriculum Committee on Best Practices in Accounting Program Assessment. (T. Calderon, B.P. Green, M. Harkness). A Writing-Improvement Model for Accounting Education. (D.E. Stout, J.J. DaCrema). The Financial Statement Approach to Teaching Financial Accounting. (D.W. Cornell, J.G. Bushong). Ideas on Globalizing the Intermediate Accounting Courses. (R. Bloom, M. Myring).