Comptabilité et confiance du public

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Sylvie Deslauriers, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières: Case Writing 101

Case Writing 101

This session is intended for teachers who want to create case studies. What are the key parameters? How to build a plausible scenario? and How to determine the content and duration? The session presents tips and basic ideas that will help formalize your ideas in order to reach your goals. It presents also di erent ways to create di erent scenarios from a basic situation. The meeting will con- clude with a group discussion. Ready to create a great case?

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Nicolas Blais, Université du Québec à Trois Rivières: Projet d’intervention en comptabilité dans un contexte de coopération en développement international

Howard Teall Award for Innovation in Accounting Education

The winning submission to the 2018 Howard Teall Award is a collaborative project in which students improved their professional skills by delivering a program of accounting education to primary school managers in Haiti, focusing on sustainable accounting practices for their institutions. Via a five-month planning period and three-week project delivery in Haiti, students employed skills they will need as future CPAs – project management; adapting theory to practice; a global outlook and engagement; understanding an unfamiliar working environment and context; delivering results in oral and written formats; adopting professional ethics; and practicing accounting for the public good. Since their return from Haiti, the students have continued their work, educating others about the project within their home province. The second wave of this award-winning endeavour took place in May 2018.

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Susan Wolcott, WolcottLynch: Student Assumptions About Knowledge: How They Can Help and Hinder Student Learning

Student Assumptions About Knowledge: How They Can Help and Hinder Student Learning

This workshop will introduce King and Kitchener’s reflective judgment model, which outlines developmental stages related to the assumptions individuals hold about knowledge. A substantial body of empirical research has demonstrated that student assumptions about knowledge are significantly related to the way they respond to open-ended problems, and that students must be given developmentally-appropriate challenges. A major implication is that professors can enhance their efforts at developing student skills by assessing their levels of thinking and by assigning problems that are appropriate for those levels.

Download Student Assumptions About Knowledge: How They Can Help and Hinder Student Learning PresentationBrief Introduction to Reflective Judgment Model Stages 3-7 Handout, and Learning Materials and Examples Handout.

David Bond, UTS Business School: Teaching with Technology

Teaching With Technology

This session will focus on many of the topics presented during the Thursday PD Day workshop by providing participants with hands-on application of different technologies that can be used in the classroom to teach accounting and related topics.

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Irene Wiecek, Rotman School of Business, University of Toronto: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies: A Primer for Accountants

Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies: A Primer for Accountants

Irene will talk about how these new innovations are creating new business models and changing the capital market landscape. Where do accountants fit in? Do we need to change IFRS? How do we prepare our accounting students?

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Land Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge that the Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) operates within the traditional territories of the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) populations of Turtle Island (Canada). We recognize and honour the enduring presence of FNMI populations as the original stewards of this land, and we acknowledge the harms and injustices they have faced due to colonization. We express our gratitude for the opportunity to gather, learn, and work on this land. As we continue our journey, we commit to fostering greater understanding, respect, and reconciliation with Indigenous populations.

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