2017 Northeast Region Meeting
Call for Submissions
Accounting educators, students and professionals are invited to submit their work to the 2017 Northeast Region Meeting, to be held in Providence, Rhode Island on October 19-21, 2017. Submissions will be accepted for the following sessions:
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Paper sessions will include three or four completed papers and cases with discussant(s). Each presenter/discussant will have approximately 20-25 minutes. Papers and case studies may encompass any topical area of accounting and may be theoretical or practice-oriented. Papers can have an academic, practitioner or pedagogical focus.
Papers accepted to Paper Sessions will be considered for the following awards:
Dialogue sessions will allow presentation of, and open dialogue with attendees for, five completed papers. Each presenter will have 20 minutes total for presentation and dialogue. The session allows the author to benefit from a greater variety of perspectives in providing feedback on his/her paper. The Dialogue Facilitator will facilitate the discussion amongst the attendees. Papers and case studies submitted to the Dialogue Session may encompass any topical area of accounting and may be theoretical or practice-oriented. Papers can have an academic, practitioner or pedagogical focus.
Papers accepted to Dialogue Sessions will be considered for the following awards:
Effective Learning Strategies (ELS) Poster Session
The ELS Poster Session showcases ideas, teaching strategies and education innovations that support learning in accounting. It offers an interactive format for presenters to engage colleagues and exchange ideas and resources. The ELS Poster Session will take place during the Friday night reception of the Northeast Region Meeting. Poster display sizes and display space will be determined at a later date and presenters will be notified directly of those specifications.
Sharpen Your Teaching Skills Sessions
Teaching Session proposals are now being accepted for the Sharpen Your Teaching Skills track of concurrent sessions at the meeting. This track of sessions is designed to offer new ideas and best practices in teaching FOR region members, BY region members! Submit your proposal for a mini-workshop presentation, or for a teacher panel, and share your knowledge and experience with your peers.
• 150-200-word description of the session, and what attendees will learn from attending it
Sharing Best Teaching Practices
Do you have a teaching idea that you use in your classes? Would you like to present it at the meeting and be featured as a presenter on the program? Then you are invited to submit a proposal for a 10-minute presentation during the Sharing Best Teaching Practices session. The session moderator will work with accepted presenters to fine tune their ideas into 10-minute attention-grabbing presentations. We welcome ALL educators to submit proposals. This is your chance to share with the accounting teaching community that great idea for how to teach a difficult concept, how to design and lead an effective group project, how to establish a nurturing and inspiring culture in the classroom, or how to incorporate critical thinking and professional judgement into accounting courses. We are especially looking for ideas that integrate the Pathway's "Vision Model" or embed big data and analytics experiences into courses and curriculum.
This session is sponsored by the Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA).