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By Bill N. Schwartz, Anthony Catanach

''Advances in Accounting Education'' is a refereed, educational examine annual whose function is to fulfill the desires of people drawn to how one can enhance their school room guide. Articles will be both empirical or non-empirical and emphasize pedagogy, explaining how educating tools or curricula/programmes will be stronger.

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2), a different picture of the course-changes most important to students emerged. With the start-stop-continue, students were most interested in Far Sides and What's Up, Doc? In the new feedback, students were more interested in Homework answers on the net. Real world examples, Time spent reviewing for tests, and Advance notice on homework. This finding suggests 39 40 JOHN M. THORNTON AND MARTIN J. HORNYAK that in this case, the new SETs were useful in providing the instructor with a higher quality of student feedback.

Invalid responses are usually obvious. After a basic analysis, instructors should share the results with the students, and determine what course corrections create the most course value. This step requires the instructor's judgment. , 1996, p. 26). IMPLEMENTING A "CUSTOMIZED" APPROACH We have used our method for over three years, at three different universities, in over 10 different courses ranging from accounting principles through graduate work. In this section, we provide a step-by-step example from one of the author's experience using the method in a recent Principles of Managerial Accounting course.

G. case and test difficulty, emphasis on topics). Step 4: Evaluation and Use of New Student Feedback In the next class period, the instructor asked students if they would spend a few minutes filling out a feedback form to give their perception on the importance of their classmates' recommendations. After class, the instructor computed the means and ranges of students' responses on a summary sheet (see Fig. 2). The next class period, he showed students the summary statistics and used the new data to open a follow-up discussion to cement the exercise's value in improving the course.

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