For nearly 10 years, Bri has focused on creating content to address the questions and concerns educators have about teaching classes, preparing students for certifications, and making the most of the AES curriculum system.
Each lesson comes with a series of charts, graphs, and other visuals that ensure your students have a positive experience while learning the basics of accounting.
This is excellent for students who are visual learners. It can also help keep your students more engaged with the material as they learn. That improves information retention as well!
Overall, this course is surprisingly expansive for an introduction to accounting. That means it’s almost guaranteed to have lessons, activities, or instructions that can help you fill the gaps in your curriculum.
Still, having that much information can feel like a double-edged sword.
After all, if you want tousea certain lesson plan, you have tofindit first. That means sifting through a lot of other accounting lessons that might not be relevant to your classroom.
And that, in the end, translates to a lot of lost time.
On the plus side, you can use this resource a lot if you teach a variety of accounting courses.
So if you only want the basics, you know this resource has you covered. If you want to go beyond basics — even up to CPA prep — you can do that too!