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2021 Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA)

WHAT IS CTLA?

• Hands-on Teaching Clinic
• Mentoring by Master Teachers
• Cutting Edge Classroom Technology
• Best Practices in Instructional Strategies

• Collaboration Among Individuals
  Passionate about Teaching
• Emerging Topics in Accounting

AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!

 

Submit your proposals by 11:59 pm Eastern March 10, 2021 for the American Accounting Association's Fourteenth Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA) to be held separately this year only from the AAA Annual Meeting. Because both CTLA and the Annual Meeting are virtual this year, CTLA will be hosted separately July 8-9 to provide attendees with additional time to incorporate what they learn during the conference.   Your proposals will be peer reviewed and you will be notified by April 19, 2021 if you are selected to be one of the presenters. The CTLA program committee reserves the right to assign acceptances to the CTLA final program based on where they fit best since the program is an amalgamation of accepted proposals.

Questions about CTLA submissions? Please contact Stephanie Glaser at stephanie@aaahq.org.

Note: When you submit your proposal, you will be asked to create a user ID and password. You will then use this information to update and/or access the status of your submission. We recommend that you use your AAA login, although you will not be able access to AAA member services (i.e., registration, dues renewal, etc.) through the submission site.

CTLA is designed for all interested in developing, refining, and perfecting their teaching strategies/materials and their craft of teaching accounting.  New faculty and PhD students, as well as for experienced faculty are encouraged to attend and participate.  While submissions are welcome in all teaching- and learning-related areas, submissions are particularly encouraged in the following areas:

  • Teaching approaches that can be adapted across multiple courses
  • Integrating leading-edge technology practices and tools into accounting courses
  • Improving critical thinking skills
  • Promoting ethics in the classroom and profession
  • integrating emerging accounting topics into accounting courses/curriculum
  • Incorporating data analytics in accounting courses
  • Designing learning activities using Excel-based and other technology-based applications
  • Engaging strategies to increase student retention
  • Assessing student learning outcomes
  • Developing course design
  • Teaching strategies and resources for new faculty
  • Tips and techniques for different classroom environments e.g., online teaching, flipped   classroom, adaptive learning environments

When you submit your proposal, indicate

  • Submission Session Type (shown below) most fitting for your presentation,
  • Area of Accounting (e.g., financial, tax, auditing), if applicable.
  • Student Level (e.g., introductory, upper level-junior senior, graduate level) if applicable.
  • 3 – 5 keywords (i.e., the technology being demonstrated, the learning concept being highlighted, the accounting area, etc.)

SUBMISSION SESSION TYPES: 
Concurrent Session
Description:  Concurrent sessions may encompass any topical area of accounting, the latest trends in pedagogy or the profession, or emerging in demands for accounting skills (i.e., critical thinking, communication), teaching or technology topics, pedagogy, case, or project.

Proposal should include: A short description (250 words) and learning outcomes of the proposed activities, the area of accounting, and the student level for which your presentation is geared.

Mini-Teaching Session
Description:  Twenty-minute presenter-led sessions. Presenters will have no more than 10 minutes to speak using PowerPoint-based “infographic posters” or a few slides.  The remaining 10 minutes are reserved for discussion with Q&A. Presenters should include discussion questions to foster conversation.   Presenters will share teaching/technology ideas, strategies, cases, methods, and class activities.  Active discussion to help attendees methods of improving teaching, building student engagement, developing active classroom environments and other ways to enhance their teaching. This session is high energy and lots of fun!

Proposal should include: A short description (250 words) and course name, topic area, teaching/technology tip or assignment idea, learning outcome, and a brief statement about why you believe this is a unique and effective approach.

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