Teachers of Accounting at Two-Year Colleges (TACTYC) will host its annual conference in Fort Worth, TX in 2019. The TACTYC conference offers accounting educators, such as yourself, an opportunity to recharge and refresh their skills, as well as network with colleagues from all over the country.
There are two opportunities to present at the conference:
By presenting during the poster session, you will be eligible to be considered for the 2019 TACTYC Innovation in Accounting Education award.The 2019 TACTYC Innovation in Accounting award winner will receive $250, a certificate of recognition, and acknowledgement on the TACTYC website and during 2020 TACTYC conference.
Attendees are welcome to submit both a concurrent session and a poster session.
The concurrent sessions will provide a rich variety of presentations, encompassing a broad range of topics of interest to accounting educators.
For the 2019 conference, we are especially interested in soliciting presentations on the following general themes; however, TACTYC is always open to new suggestions and topics:
Please review the guidelines for proposal before submitting your proposed topic.
Do you have a great teaching idea, a unique way of teaching an accounting concept, or a tip or trick you want to share? Maybe you would like to showcase a course that you've developed or share a technology tool you use in your course? If so, this session is for you!
The Effective Teaching Practices session will allow participants to share a teaching idea in a poster session or demonstrate a technology tool at one of the hands on roundtables. Participants in the poster session should display a novel teaching tip or assignment for a course currently taught. Faculty should also be ready to discuss how to use this tip or assignment one-on-one with conference participants. Presenters at the technology roundtables should bring their technology tool to demonstrate and let conference attendees try it out and ask questions.
Please consider submitting a proposal for one of these activities in this interactive session. It is the perfect forum to share, examine and reflect on the work you have created, without developing a full presentation. Feel free to present anything from the very small to the very large: a single lesson, a teaching technique, or a technology tool you use in the classroom.