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For Principle of Accounting Courses
Students understand (or “get it”) right after you do a problem in class. However, as soon as they leave class, their ability to do the problems and complete their homework diminishes with each passing hour. Often times this results in students struggling to complete their homework on their own. Even worse, the frustration can lead to students quitting on the material altogether and falling behind in the course. As a result, an entire class can fall behind as instructors attempt to keep everyone on the same page.
With the Accounting 8e Student Learning System, all features of the student textbook, study resources and online homework system are designed to work together to provide students with more “I Get It!” moments. The consistency, repetition and strong details throughout the entire student learning system allow students to achieve success both inside and outside the classroom while keeping both instructors and students on track.
|Pt. 1||The Basic Structure of Accounting||1|
|Pt. 2||Accounting for Assets and Liabilities||279|
|Pt. 3||Accounting for Partnerships and Corporate Transactions||519|
|Pt. 4||Analysis of Accounting Information||727|
|Pt. 5||Management Accounting and Product Costing||839|
|Pt. 6||Internal Decision Making, Planning, and Control||915|
|Pt. 7||Strategy and Long-Term Decision Making||1055|
Posted April 13, 2010