Accounting teaching methods in the professional ethics aspect – examination of high-school students’ opinions
Ewa Spigarska , Grzegorz Bucior
AbstractWithin the scope of accounting science, self-education skills and ability to adapt to the changing environment are as important as knowledge. Therefore, changes in the way of teaching should be primarily oriented on the methods and the quality of education. Effective, inventive and creative ways of working with students, aimed at shaping the practical skills and the developing the ability to effectively solve the problems future accounting candidates will face, while maintaining the professional ethics, are also very important, The aim of the paper is to examine whether, in the students’ opinion, the school has been preparing them for the profession by providing them with the appropriate theoretical basis as well as the practical training, taking into account the accounting profession ethics. This means that selection of appropriate teaching methods for accounting-related subjects can have significant impact on the didactic process and its educational outcome. The expectations and the opinions formulated by the students should, in this respect, constitute an advice for the teachers.
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