Financial Accounting for Everybody, with Flexibility, Resources, and Tools to Make Your Teaching Easier
Tuesday, February 28, 11:00 AM ET/10:00 AM CT
You teach Financial Accounting to a wide variety of students, across multiple majors and programs. These students have varying needs--and you, as instructors, do too. For some classes, you need debits and credits, but not so for other classes. For some classes you need real-world cases, Excel, live dashboards, and visualizations. For some classes, you need video instruction and auto-graded exercises. For all classes, you need a book with the flexibility and resources to support you.
We invite you to join Wayne Thomas, Michael Drake, and Jake Thornock as they discuss teaching Financial Accounting to many audiences using Financial Accounting for Managers, the newest book in the Spiceland franchise.
This book was written with decision-making in mind, focusing on understanding and using Financial Accounting information to make business decisions. Flexible pedagogy allows instructors to use or not use debits and credits, to adjust depth of coverage in each chapter, and to focus on analysis of real companies with each topic. With a wide variety of over 100 real-world, auto-graded cases and career readiness content in McGraw Hill Connect® (including Data Analytics and our seamless integration of live web-based Excel!), this book is a must see for Financial Accounting.
Gateway into the Future of Accounting
Tuesday, February 28, 12:00 PM ET/11:00 AM CT
Let the Edmonds author team open the door to new teaching best practices that will take your Introductory Accounting courses further. The authors will discuss methods they use to engage students in various formats (face-to-face, online, and hybrid) and streamline their workflow. With over 100 years of combined teaching experience, the Edmonds author team has figured out how to make teaching easier and more effective. They are eager to share their tips with you! They will dive into what skills future Accounting/Business students need, as well as resources you can use to improve your course. Are you ready to bring your course to the next level?
Inspiring Future Business Leaders in Managerial Accounting: Diversity, Inclusion, and Career-Readiness
Tuesday, February 28, 1:00 PM ET/12:00 PM CT
Join Garrison franchise author Pete Brewer and contributor Norma Montague as they discuss ways to integrate diverse examples and support career readiness skills in managerial accounting. Learn about new resources in Garrison’s Managerial Accounting, 18e, including features with diverse real-world entrepreneurs and other businesses, integrated discussion of data analytics and visualization, and a brand-new set of real-world assignments centered around Howdy Homemade Ice Cream, a small business with a mission to hire disabled adults.
Four Ways to Engage Students in Learning Accounting with Author John J. Wild
Tuesday, February 28, 2:00 PM ET/1:00 PM CT
Join author John J. Wild, professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as he shows innovative and pioneering career-ready tools from his classroom. These new tools include algorithmic auto-graded data analytics and visualization tasks, and cutting-edge auto-graded Excel activities that do not require software! These tools motivate introductory students and excite them about the relevance of accounting.
Jonathan Wild, from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, will show state-of-the-art videos from his introductory course. These YouTube style videos keep students engaged and are key to student success. He will demonstrate how he uses a new accounting cycle review, including videos, to reinforce the foundations of the introductory course.
Join us in an important conversation on engaging students in Introductory Financial and Managerial Accounting!
How to Teach a Dedicated Data Analytics in Accounting Course at the Introductory Level
Tuesday, February 28, 3:00 PM ET/2:00 PM CT
Data Analytics is changing the business world—data simply surrounds us! Between the industry demand for data analytics skills and the new CPA exam requirements, it is vital that accounting programs incorporate data analytics skills into their accounting curriculum. Dedicated Data Analytics courses give students the needed foundation and skills in data analytics to prepare them for their future careers. Join our author team Vern Richardson and Ryan Teeter during this webinar as they discuss their Introductory-level Data Analytics text where it fits into the accounting curriculum, the resources available to teach the course, and how the innovative lab structure in provides hands-on experience with specific analytics techniques and technologies. Please attend to learn more about how to ensure student success in Data Analytics in Accounting and beyond!
Best Practices for Teaching Financial and Managerial Accounting with Kevin Smith
Tuesday, February 28, 4:00 PM ET/3:00 PM CT
Please join new co-author Kevin Smith from Utah Valley University for a session to discuss the revision highlights of our Williams: Financial and Managerial Accounting, 20th Edition. Best practices for incorporating the expanded set of auto gradable end-of-chapter materials, the use of new guided example videos, and our new Integrated Excel Exercises will be discussed.