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2017 Conference

16th Annual Accounting Educators' Seminar, March 3, 2017

Morning Session

How does Technology Integration Impact the Accounting Curriculum and Accreditation? Carol Yacht - McGraw-Hill Author

The Future of the CPA Exam and the Profession - Rich Gallagher, AICPA

Teaching, Motivating and Engaging the Next Generation of Accounting Grads Roger Phillip - Roger CPA Exam

Afternoon Breakout Session

Track 1: Classroom Discussions: Accountability, Teaching, & Learning

Improving Diversity in Accounting - Fostering a Partnership between Accounting Academics and Professionals in Greater Kansas City - Dr. Paul Goodchild

Big Data in Financial, Managerial, Audit, Tax, and beyond - Ann C. Dzuranin, PhD, AAA "Accounting is Big Data" Advisory Board Member

January - Montevideo; April - Banjul: Accounting and Finance Opportunities in Developing and Post-War Nations - Jimmy Mohler

Track 2: Hands-On Activities to Use in Class

Using Technology in Today's Classroom to Engage Students and Raise the Learning Bar - Markus Ahrens and Cathy Scott

Simnet for Excel - Developing a Real-World Scenario to Teach Microsoft Excel - Frank M. Sorokach

Get Hands-On with Tableau - Ann C. Dzuranin, PhD, AAA "Accounting IS Big Data" Advisory Board Member

Track 3: Leveraging Partnerships with Professionals and Organizations

Free CPA Exam resources, easily integrated into your curriculum - including videos, provided by Roger CPA Review - Charlotte Roberts

Accounting Pipeline - Students to CPAs - Andrew Grow from The Missouri Society of CPAs

Working with your advisory board - Case on ethics with Melanie Coleman, owner of Tallulah Belles

2016 Conference

15th Annual Accounting Educators' Seminar, March 4, 2016

Morning Session

Wayne Thomas - University of Oklahoma - "Helping Students See Relevance in Financial Accounting Courses"

Paul Mason - University of Kansas - "From Medieval Times to Current Practices: The Art of Detecting Deception"

David Seay, Michael Remmert - KPMG - Big Data

Afternoon Breakout Session

Track 1: Classroom Discussions: Accountability, Teaching, & Learning

Flipped Classroom for Beginners: Content Delivery & Mastery... Flipping Things Around
Sean Crevier, Flipped Classroom Consultant

Introduction to Big Data and Analytics in Accounting Courses
Susan Crosson, Director, AAA Center for Advancing Accounting Education
Gail Hoover King Accounting Teaching Professor, UMKC

Track 2: Hands-On Activities to Use in Class (Computer Lab)

Intro to Data Analytics and Little Data - Start with Excel Across the Curriculum
Panelist: Paul Goodchild, Julie Kline, Angela King, Jennifer Riley
Moderator: Kim Church

Can Netflix Improve Student Performance?
Tim Rogers, Business Professor, Ozarks Technical College

Track 3: Leveraging Partnerships with Professionals and Organizations

The Power of Recent Grads As Guest Speakers
Jeff Wright, Executive Professor of Accounting, Rockhurst University

Flipped Classroom for Intermediate Users: Flipping is For Me...Let's Do This!
Sean Crevier, Flipped Classroom Consultant

Teaching Resources - TLC and CTLA - Accounting Education's Emerging Issues
Gail Hoover King, President, AAA - Teaching, Learning and Curriculum section & CTLA team member Susan Crosson, Director, AAA Center for Advancing Accounting Education

2015 Conference

14th Annual Accounting Educators' Seminar, March 6, 2015

Morning Session

Learning about Learning: 20 Years of Accounting Education Research - Dr. Fred Phillips - University of Saskatchewan's Edwards School of Business

Are we ready for the next generation? - Panel Discussion
Jackie Hinkle - McGladrey LLP
Tracy Hutton - BKD LLP
Kurt Roberts - KPMG LLP
Beta Alpha Psi Students - University of Missouri-Kansas City

Afternoon Breakout Session

Track 1: Classroom Discussions: Accountability, Teaching, & Learning
Changing Face of Classroom Accountability - Dr. Cindy Pemberton - University of Missouri-Kansas City

Can Intermediate Accounting be Taught Online? - Linda Bell - Park University

Homework Management Systems - Disease or Cure? - Kim Luken - Metropolitan Community College (Maple Woods); Lynn Canaday - Metropolitan Community College (Blue River)

Track 2: Hands-On Activities to Use in Class
Comprehensive Budget Project Using Excel - Dr. Barbara W. Scofield - Washburn University

Integrating the Impact of Management Decisions on Financial Accounting - Dr. Pamela Schmidt - Washburn University; Dr. Ronald Freeze - Emporia State University

A Shark Tank - Incorporating the Real World Into Your Course - Kelvie Crabb - University of Kansas

Track 3: Leveraging Partnerships with Professionals and Organizations
Working With Partners to Enhance the Accounting Profession - Dr. John Morris - Kansas State University Center for Collaborative Applied Accounting Research

Managerial Track Course Mapping to the CMA Exam - What Can the IMA Do For You? Bob Swisher - Institute of Management Accountants, Inc.; Dr. Kimberly Church - University of Missouri-Kansas City

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