Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award 

    by AICPA Academic & Career Awareness Team 

    The Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award recognizes and disseminates successful teaching practices in the first sequence of accounting.  Recipients are selected from the pool of accepted submissions to the AAA's Effective Learning Strategies Forum. Selected recipients present their work at the following year's Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA).

    Lesson plans include learning objectives, detailed case/activity description, and addressed AICPA Core Competencies.

    Winning lessons/materials for all AICPA educator awards for this and previous years are available for download to AICPA members through the Accounting Educators' Curriculum Resource.


    2014 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award application
    is now closed.
        

    The finalist(s) for this award will be asked to present their work at the American Accounting Association Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA), receive a plaque and an AICPA funded award totaling $2,500. The deadline was June 13, 2014. The winner will be announced in the coming months.


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    2013 Bea Sanders/AICPA Teaching Innovation Award Winners

    Recipient
    “Reinventing Student Engagement and Collaboration within Introductory Accounting Courses”
    Markus Ahrens — St. Louis Community College


    Honorable Mentions
    “The Accounting Tournament - March Madness in Financial Accounting”
    Edward Bysiek — St. Bonaventure University

    "Second Chance Homeless Shelter: A Fraud Case for Introductory and Survey Courses in Accounting"
    Curtis M. Nicholls and Stacey A. Mastrolia Bucknell University



    2012 Bea Sanders/AICPA Teaching Innovation Award Winners

    Recipient
    “A FASB Accounting Standards Codification Project for Introductory Accounting”
    Kay Poston and John Waters — University of Indianapolis

    Honorable Mentions
    “Words and Numbers: Introducing Freshmen Students in the Accounting/Finance Course to the Library”
    Candy A. Bianco, Elizabeth Galoozis, Elliott Levy, Mary Marcel, and Karen K. Osterheld — Bentley University

    “Digital Storytelling for Engaged Student Learning”
    Themin Suwardy, Gary Pan, Seow Poh-Sun — Singapore Management University


    2011 Bea Sanders/AICPA Teaching Innovation Award Winners

    Recipient
    “$Chocolate$: Accounting as a First Year Seminar”
    Priscilla Wightman — Hartwick College

    Honorable Mentions
    “Teaching Internal Control through Active Learning”
    Tammy Duxbury and MaryElla Gainor — Bryant University

    “The Farming Game® and the Introductory Financial Accounting Course: An Accounting Simulation”
    Nate L. Staheli — University of Hawaii - Manoa


    2010 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award Winners

    Recipient
    “Who Moved my Classroom?: A Framework for Community-Linked Learning and Assessment in Accounting”
    Christopher D. Brandon — Indiana University Purdue University Columbus; Marsha Huber — Youngstown State University; Larita J. Killian — Indiana University Purdue University Columbus

    Honorable Mentions
    “A Better Way to Teach Effective Interest Method Related Problems in Accounting”
    Avinash Arya — William Paterson University

    "Mini-responsibility centers:” A strategy for learning by leading” 
    Sandria S. Stephenson — Texas State University




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