Submit a description of your activity to Committee Chair Penny Parker as a Microsoft Word attachment, maximum 4 pages. Your description should:
- identify the course in which the activity was experienced
- explain why you developed this learning activity
- state the learning outcomes pursued
- describe the instructional strategies used
- expose the evaluation criteria and grading methods applied (if any)
- briefly discuss the results achieved.
To preserve anonymity, email the cover page (with name and contact information) and the remainder of the proposal in separate messages.
Please indicate also whether you would like your innovation to be considered for the Learning Strategies Exchange Poster Session at the CAAA conference.
Winners are expected to attend the CAAA Annual Conference to present a session on their work and for the Awards Luncheon.
First Place: "Identifying and Managing Control System Benefits and Costs" by Norman Sheehan, University of Saskatchewan.
Second Place: "A Course Designed to Help Students Succeed in their Accounting Studies" by Sylvie Deslauriers, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.
First Place: "Learning Activity: Costs & Cost Management in the Fresh Egg Industry -"The Cost of an Egg" " by Mary M. Oxner, St. Francis Xavier University.
Second Place: "Improving Accounting Students’ Ethical Decision Making: ‘Developing Professional Codes of Conduct Based on Personl Values’ " by Norman Sheehan, University of Saskatchewan.
First Place: "Learning by Doing and Reviewing" by Fred Phillips, University of Saskatchewan.
Second Place: "Learning Activities for the Chairmans Multitude of Measurement Techniques" by Brian Conheady, University of Ottawa.
First Place: "Modeling Accounting Workplace Interactions with Text-to-Video Animation" by Fred Philips and Norman T. Sheehan, Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan.
Second Place: Ethics Special Assignment by Joseph Faello, Lakehead University.
First Place: "Philanthropy in Accounting Education", by Marsha Huber, Youngstown State University and Shirine Mafi, Otterbein University.
Second Place: "Berries for Breakfast: A Teaching Analogy for the Audit Risk Model" by Chris Burnley, Vancouver Island University.
First Place: "An Innovative Technology-Based IFRS Student Video Competition: Experientially Connecting to IFRS Expert Guest Speakers", by Mark Holtzblatt, Roosevelt University and Norbert Tschakert, University of the Virgin Islands.
Second Place: "Dr. PC: A Multi-media Management Control Exercise" by Norman Sheehan and Ganesh Vaidyanathan, University of Saskatchewan.
First Place: "Intermediate Financial Accounting Simulation" by Fred Pries, University of Guelph.
Second Place: "Speak Up: Redesigning Student Oral Presentations in Management Accounting Curriculum" by Mary Oxner, Saint Francis Xavier University.