Learning manufacturing variance analysis in accounting—Computer assisted (English)

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In: Computers and Education   ;  11 ,  1  ;  1-9  ;  1986
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AbstractThe advantage of separating course material into the following three components is explored: (1) syntactical, (2) semantical, and (3) pragmatic. The concept is illustrated with LOTUS macros for the syntactical and semantical components involved in teaching manufacturing variance analysis in accounting; the pragmatic aspect is left to classroom discussion. The macro which assists in teaching the syntax is comprised of a series of matrices and screen displays which explain how the variances are computed and the meanings of the symbols used. The macro designed to help teach the semantic aspect allows students to read a problem and map the problem-variables to the syntactical-symbols. The variances are computed by the macro which provides feedback by allowing the student to compare predetermined and macro answers.

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    Learning manufacturing variance analysis in accounting—Computer assisted
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    Computers and Education ; 11 ; 1 ; 1-9
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    1986
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Learning manufacturing variance analysis in accounting—Computer assisted
Friedberg, Alan H. / Klien, Lawrence A. / Cerullo, Michael J. | 1986
11
An empirical approach for detecting program similarity and plagiarism within a university programming environment
Faidhi, J.A.W. / Robinson, S.K. | 1986
21
Computer based data acquisition in the undergraduate lab
Wepfer, William J. / Oehmke, Roger L.T. | 1986
33
The computational potential of rational approximations
Gal-Ezer, Judith / Zwas, Gideon | 1986
47
A dialogue system to teach numerical analysis
Makinson, G.J. / Morarji, H.L. | 1986
53
Towards a strategy for the introduction of information and computer literacy (ICL) courses
Plomp, Tjeerd / Carleer, Gerrit | 1986
63
Achieving curriculum-integrated computing
Mudd, Samuel / Wilson, William | 1986
71
Introducing computer assisted learning
Blandford, A.E. | 1987
i
Announcement
| 1987
IFC
Editorial Board
| 1987
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