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College Quarterly, v20 n2 2017

This article presents Edelson and Reiser's (2006) strategies as a framework for analyzing an instance of authentic practice in a managerial accounting course. Specifically, this article presents an analysis of a managerial accounting project design created to provide learning-by-doing via authentic practice. Students need more than to learn about a profession, such as accounting; they need to learn how to be a professional practitioner. The project design examined offers accounting students the opportunity for authentic learning practiced within a college classroom context: a small-scale manufacturing simulation which offers a real-world authentic learning experience to students.

Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Class Activities, Teaching Methods, Accounting, Learning Strategies, Professional Development, Professionalism, Manufacturing, Program Design, Simulation, Experiential Learning, Administrator Education, Student Projects, Educational Practices, Context Effect, Cost Effectiveness, Competition, Program Implementation, Barriers, Business Administration Education

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Author: Bradshaw, Kathlyn E.; Harvey, Robert W.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=1&id=EJ1142555







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