Engaging first year learners : creating learning pathways via relevance in an accounting decision-making course

@inproceedings{McGuigan2008EngagingFY,
  title={Engaging first year learners : creating learning pathways via relevance in an accounting decision-making course},
  author={Nicholas McGuigan and Kirsten Macdonald},
  year={2008}
}
This paper intends to explore student perspectives of engagement in an accounting decision-making course (Acct 102). The paper initially describes the context within which the action research takes place, including the nature of the course, its learning objectives and its educational philosophy. Using Cardno/Piggot-Irvine (1994) research model, three stages of action are documented, namely, reconnaissance, intervention and evaluation. Relevance, an identified key theme in the reconnaissance… CONTINUE READING

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