Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations

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Advances in Accounting Education is a refereed, academic research annual whose purpose is to help meet the needs of faculty members interested in ways to improve accounting classroom instruction at the college and university level. We publish thoughtful, well-developed articles that are readable, relevant, and reliable. Articles may be either empirical or non-empirical, and should emphasize pedagogy, i.e., explaining how faculty members can improve their teaching methods or how accounting units can improve their ...

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Overview

Advances in Accounting Education is a refereed, academic research annual whose purpose is to help meet the needs of faculty members interested in ways to improve accounting classroom instruction at the college and university level. We publish thoughtful, well-developed articles that are readable, relevant, and reliable. Articles may be either empirical or non-empirical, and should emphasize pedagogy, i.e., explaining how faculty members can improve their teaching methods or how accounting units can improve their curricula/programs. In this volume, a special section addressing the impact of international financial reporting standards (JFRS) on accounting education features pedagogical research designed to contribute to more effective teaching of IFRS related content.

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors ix

Call for Papers xiii

Writing Guidelines xv

Editorial Review Board xix

Statement of Purpose xxi

The First Course in Accounting: An Assessment Program based on Student Learning outcomes and Alternative Pedagogies Curtis A. DeBerg Kenneth J. Chapman 1

A Supplementary Evening Program for Students in the Introductory Financial Accounting Course Jay C. Thibodeau Elliott Levy Karen K. Osterheld 23

Clean Books: Integrating Managerial Accounting Concepts into a Chemistry Course Kevin M. Dunn Jeremy T. Schwartz 41

Greek Students' Perceptions of an Introductory Accounting Course and the Accounting Profession Panayotis Manganaris Charalambos Spathis 59

Anti-Intellectualism, Tolerance for Ambiguity and Locus of Control: Impact on Performance in Accounting Education Anis Triki Shane Nicholls Matt Wegener Darlene Bay Gail Lynn Cook 87

Identifying Sources of Evidence used to Assess Faculty Teaching Performance Brian Patrick Green Guangcheng Wang 109

Corporate Governance and Ethics Education: Viewpoints from Accounting Academicians and Practitioners Zabihollah Rezaee Joseph Szendi Robert E. Elmore Ran Zhang 127

Bringing the "Real, Global World" into the Classroom Bill N. Schwartz Alan A. Cherry 159

Exercise-Based Video Podcasts as a Learning Aid for Introductory Financial Accounting Students Kevin T. Rich 185

Practicing Accountants' Views of the Content of Accounting Ethics Courses and Course Effects on Attitudes and Behavior Mohammad J. Abdolmohammadi Alan Reinstein 213

Enhancing Functional and Other Competencies Through Role-Playing in an Entity Tax Course Jerome E. Apple Suzanne M. Gradisher Thomas G. Calderon 237

Support Department Cost Allocations with a Matrix-Based Reciprocal Approach Dennis Togo 277

Student Performance in their First Postsecondary Accounting Course: Does High School Accounting Matter? Meifang Xiang Robert Gruber 297

Special Section on IFRS

IFRS Exercises through the Curriculum: Helping Students put us Gaap and IFRS in Context Joyce Allen M. Christian Mastilak David Randolph Andrea Weickgenannt 315

IFRS in Introductory Financial Accounting using an Integrated, Comparison-Based Approach Kevin T. Rich Jason C. Cherubini Hong Zhu 349

International Accounting Convergence: A Writing Assignment Stephanie Dehning Grimm Drew Hoag 383

The IFRS Question: To Adopt or not? Anna Alon 405

Teaching IFRS with online Videos and Webcasts: Resources, Analysis and Guidance Mark Holtzblatt Norbert Tschakert Husam Abu-Khadra 425

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