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The following list includes examples of teaching strategies and classroom techniques that may be used to teach technical content in accounting courses, but that also address one or more of the core competencies or elements of core competencies.
Teaching Strategy (example) 1) Enhanced (Modified) Lecture
2) Questioning and Discussion
3) Writing in Class
4) Problem-Based Learning—Cases 5) Problem-Based Learning—Guided Design
6) Group Learning—Teamwork 7) Group Learning—Cooperative learning
Brief Description Traditional lecture modified to include active elements including: pausing for discussion among students, including immediate mastery tests/quizzes over lecture material, using demonstrations, responding to presubmitted student-generated questions Includes questioning students in a way that helps them evaluate their own thought processes by probing the thinking behind their statements and questions. Also includes asking students different types of questions: knowledge questions, comprehension questions, analysis questions, synthesis questions, evaluation questions Writing for the purpose of learning and thinking. Includes journals, one-minute papers, responses to unstructured problems or cases Students use knowledge, concepts, and skills relevant to a course to solve realistic business problems. A student team attacks a problem by dividing it into a series of prescribed steps (e.g. identify the problem, state the goal, list constraints, etc.) to be resolved in order; after each step, instructor provides written "expert" analysis elaborating on the various alternatives the students had available during the previous step Students work together in teams, collaborating to complete a problem or project Students work together in small groups to complete a problem or project. Based on
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