Extractions: Mitchell College ===========General Principles - Icebreakers =========== Each class is divided into groups of three or four students, who start their own businesses by investing a sum of money. They continue through the Accounting Cycle. Employees payroll is added, as well as bank reconciliation and the depreciation of tangible assets. This helps reinforce the concept of the Accounting Cycle, and also sparks interest in operating a small business. It enhances creativity and competitiveness as each group wants its business to be the best and its project to excel.
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Extractions: Faculty and Research -Home Accounting Area Accounting Faculty Accounting Activities ... Research Databases Luca Pacioli (1445-1517) Luca Bartolomeo Pacioli was born around 1445 at Borgo San Sepulcro in Tuscany. He was an accomplished mathematician who became a Franciscan friar in 1482. In 1494 Pacioli wrote his fifth book, Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalita Everything About Arithmetic, Geometry and Proportion ), a digest and guide to existing mathematical knowledge. Its 36 chapters on double-entry bookkeeping constituted one of five topics covered and were included, in part, to "give the trader without delay information as to his assets and liabilities." The Summa's publication on November 10, 1494 made Pacioli instantly famous, becoming the most widely read mathematical work in Italy and one of the first books published on the Gutenberg press (named for the German printer Johann Gutenberg , the inventor of movable type). After the Summa's publication, Pacioli was invited to Milan to teach mathematics where one of his pupils was Leonardo da Vinci, to whom he taught perspective and proportionality. This knowledge allowed da Vinci to create one of his greatest masterpieces, and the most famous painting of the fifteenth century, a mural on the north wall of the Santa Maria de Gracia Dominican cloister known as "The Last Supper." In 1514, Pope Leo III called Pacioli to the papacy in Rome to be a teacher. Scholars believe Pacioli never made it to Rome, dying on June 19, 1517 in the monastery in Sansepulcro. In the first century after its publication, the Summa was translated into five languages and numerous details of bookkeeping set forth by Pacioli were followed in texts and the profession for at least the next four centuries.
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Extractions: Using a Simulated Business to Teach Accounting Practice. Rodger Wishart University of Western Sydney, Macarthur. Australia. R.Wishart@UWS.EDU.AU Purpose. This paper is a report on an on-going study being carried out at the University of Western Sydney, Macarthur. The study aims to examine the feasibility of providing accounting students with an appreciation of the business world, in which the practical skills they are acquiring from their studies, will eventually be applied. Background for the Ideas. In July 1996 Assoc Prof John Ryan from Macarthur had been to the AAANZ conference and heard a paper by Margaret Lightbody from Flinders University titled A Tale of Paper Rabbits: A Factory Simulation Exercise . This exercise had involved teams of students actually making paper rabbits to a supplied pattern, with the object of them gaining insight into the real problems of running a business. The exercise involved the team co-ordinating several stages of production; tracing the design of a rabbit onto paper, cutting it out and colouring it, and finally attaching a piece of wool. This last step enabled the quality of the product to be tested by spinning the rabbit around the head. Only rabbits which met specifications could be considered marketable, so allowing the production phase to be considered complete. It was expected that the students nous would lead them to explore alternative manufacturing methods leading to more efficient production. Apparently when trialled at AAANZ, some participants found they could cut a number of pieces of paper simultaneously so that multiple rabbits could be made with the same effort, thus increasing the efficiency of production.
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Extractions: Fractured Tales for Teaching Accounting: A Journey Through Three Worlds A working paper by Dr Kathie Cooper*, Kellie McCombie and Kathy Rudkin**. Corresponding Author: Kellie McCombie, Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Wollongong Wollongong, NSW 2522, Kellie_McCombie@uow.edu.au , Telephone: (02) 4221 4003 FAX: * Dr Kathie Cooper, Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW 2522, Kathie_Cooper@uow.edu.au , Telephone: (02) 4221 3392, FAX: (02) 4221 4297 ** Kathy Rudkin, Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW 2522, Kathy_Rudkin@uow.edu.au , Telephone: (02) 4221 3148, FAX: (02) 4221 4297 A paper for presentation at the 2002 Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference, April 25 th th Comments most welcome. Please do not quote without permission of the authors. Fractured Tales for Teaching Accounting: A Journey Through Three Worlds. Kathie Cooper, Kellie McCombie and Kathy Rudkin. Abstract This paper discusses the present educational trends in the Western World, and in particular Australia, that endanger the prospect of critical thought in accounting education. Such trends include the commodification of the student and education, reductions in government funding, and the emergence of Online education. We believe that economic pressure brought to bear on what accounting, and how accounting is taught, should be resisted to preserve the integrity of learning outcomes for students. This then leads us to reveal our struggle to learn/teach in a critical sense.
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Extractions: What They Didn't Teach You in Accounting Class By Stewart C. Libes I Learn fast Take charge of your future Follow a leader Build your reputation daily Stewart C. Libes is president and chief operating officer of Accountants On Call, a world leader in the placement of temporary and permanent accounting and finance personnel. Accountants On Call has more than 100 offices worldwide and will celebrate its 20th anniversary in January 1999. He can be contacted at (201) 843-0006. One More Time: You're In Charge! 1. Take responsibility for your future. 2. Invest in yourself 3. Focus on succeeding at whatever you choose. Never quit
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Extractions: MONEY MANAGEMENT A column on personal finance prepared by the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants TEACH YOUR TEENAGER HOW TO MANAGE A SUMMER SALARY Set a Good Example Teach them to Save and Spend Wisely Make Saving a Priority Planning for future purchases is an important learning experience. For successful savings, encourage your teen to define his or her financial goal, and develop a plan for saving toward that goal. By high school, every teenager should have a bank account. A savings account is best for younger teens, but older teens should know how to use a checking account. Teach your teen how to write and record checks and how to balance statements. Teach Savvy Shopping Skills Encourage your teen to comparison shop by checking prices with different retailers. Show them how to save money by buying generic brands or shopping at thrift shops. Make sure they grasp the concept of unit pricing so they better understand what they are getting for their money. If you believe your child is spending too much money on frivolous things, have him or her create an expense log showing exactly where the money is going. Your teen may not even realize how much money is being spent on snacks, entertainment, and other activities. This can help put spending habits into perspective and inspire your teen to change his or her ways.
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