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Achieving AECC outcomes through the seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education
Journal of Education for Business
  • Bruce M Bradford, Fairfield University
  • Milo W. Peck, Jr.
Document Type
Article
Article Version
Post-print
Publication Date
1-1-1997
Disciplines
Abstract
Although the Accounting Education Change Commission's (AECC) Position Statement No. 1 provides numerous educational outcomes that accounting educators are to achieve, the accounting profession has not provided guidance on how to achieve those outcomes. The American Association of Higher Education developed seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education that provide guidance to accounting educators by focusing on student motivation and active learning. This article reviews experiential and cooperative learning methods and provides examples applying each method to accounting classes. Both methods provide a variety of classroom techniques that, in combination, fulfill the seven principles and achieve the AECC out-comes.
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Copyright 1997 Taylor & Francis

This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published in Journal of Education for Business 72, no. 6 (1997): 364-368, available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/[10.1080/08832323.1997.10116872.

Published Citation
Bradford, Bruce M., and Milo W. Peck Jr. "Achieving AECC outcomes through the seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education." Journal of Education for Business 72, no. 6 (1997): 364-368.
DOI
10.1080/08832323.1997.10116872
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Citation Information
Bruce M Bradford and Milo W. Peck. "Achieving AECC outcomes through the seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education" Journal of Education for Business Vol. 72 Iss. 6 (1997)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bruce_bradford/3/