|Educator resources from the Big Four
Journal of Accountancy
Who can say no to free, leading edge resources from the Big Four? See what tools and activities you can incorporate into your classroom to develop students' real-world accounting skills.
|First impressions: Activities for the first day of class
A new school year brings new students to your (classroom) door. Try these methods on the first day of class to make a good impression.
|New HS course gives insights into real accounting careers
Over the past two summers, the MNCPA hosted Minnesota teachers for APBP, the AICPA's AP accounting training program. Learn more about the benefits of teaching accounting in high school from this Q&A with the AICPA's academic in residence, Yvonne Hinson.
|Confused by blended and nano-learning? You aren't alone
On Jan. 9, 2018, the BOA changed CPE rules to allow for blended and nano-learning formats. If you take these types of programs, make sure you understand what's required of the program sponsor, especially if that sponsor is your college or university.
|Assurance Research Advisory Group proposals due Sept. 28
If private company assurance is your bread and butter, consider submitting a research proposal to the Assurance Research Advisory Group by Sept. 28. Approved educators will receive up to $15,000 in funding, along with access to personnel and data from private firms to help you conduct your study.