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|Title:||Teaching Accounting and Finance to non-specialists: revealing the students' perspective on the learning experience|
|Keywords:||Non-specialist accounting;Students’ perspective;Learning experience|
|Citation:||British Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference (BAFA 2014), London, ( 14 - 16 April 2014)|
|Abstract:||This study is concerned with the non-specialist accounting and finance students’ perspective on the usefulness, scope, and practical application of relevant modules within their program of study. It also evaluates relevant teaching and learning approaches adopted by accounting academics teaching non-specialist - instead of introductory - accounting modules, through revealing the students' perceptions on the effectiveness of these approaches in creating a high quality learning experience. Lectures' teaching competencies are rated first in terms of importance for their learning experience by the vast majority of students. Issues relevant to the curricula's 'real world' application, as well as, the development of clear links between lecture material and assessment practise, engrossed considerable attention by the respondents. Education technology and reading material on the other hand appeared to be of prior importance for a smaller number of students.|
|Appears in Collections:||Brunel Business School Research Papers|
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