Abstract—In my paper I presented how we teach the basics of accounting at BBS. Our response to the challenges in education has three pillars, 1) dynamic, illustrative lectures, 2) weekly homework, and 3) the double-entry bookkeeping model (DBM). I analyzed the results of weekly homework assignments using SPSS to prove that neither the faculty nor the personality type of the students will influence the results, however, there is a positive significant relationship between diligence (practice) and results.
Index Terms—Dynamic, illustrative lectures, homework, double-entry bookkeeping model.
Barbara Kardos is with the Faculty of Finance and Accounting Institute of Accounting, Budapest Business School, Hungary (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite:Barbara Kardos, "IT-Support of Accounting Education," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 348-352, 2013.