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Inside Teaching : April 2011
inside teaching | April 2011 CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT 40 It was music to my ears at the end of the Week 3 lecture of our accounting program when 20-year-old Jason told me, with a smile, ‘I love accounting!’ Poor accounting: it’s the academic subject that often gets the bad rap. Uninformed critics typically refer to it as boring, conservative or abstract. Occasionally students delay enrolling in accounting units at university for as long as possible, making it seem like the least-favourite vegetable you left on your plate as a child, hoping you eventually wouldn’t need to eat it. Accounting: it has a reputation, deserved or not, of being like the least-favourite vegetable you left on your plate as a child, so who better qualified than accounting teacher Wendy collInS to offer some tips for effective teaching – in any learning area. Like broccoli How to turn your students on to accounting – or any subject