As part of the AuditFutures University initiatives, we have designed and currently lead interactive workshops with progressive academics and faculties, which aim to build capacity and understanding of approaches and learning theories of designing professional education for the future.
Through our workshops, we continue to bring together leading educators from a number of universities in interactive discussions on the future of accounting education, as we design bespoke practical sessions for identified interest and needs in faculties and staff. Our sessions specifically focus on informing pedagogy, curriculum planning and design, with the aim to enrich educators’ repertoire of practical approaches for developing students’ critical and creative thinking, moral awareness, and interest in the profession.
Over the past three years, we have engaged more than 50 universities by creating an empowering platform where educators can provide insights, share concerns and actively contribute toward building a community of forward-thinking educators.
We actively engage in philosophical discussions to develop a vision for the future and the role of the university.
We explore the competencies and qualities that aspiring professionals would need in the future, building on the insights from the AuditFutures educational initiatives. In the context of future professional, we create the space to explore how education could help foster virtuous character and moral motivation in students.
We provide insights and theoretical approaches from the growing field of the learning sciences and will introduce practical ideas for new pedagogical approaches, such as philosophical inquiry.
Building on the insights from the learning sciences, we explore methods for creating holistic conditions for the development of motivation, critical judgment and values in aspiring professionals. We further consider the wider educational ecosystem and the role of policy and professional practice in informing educational programmes.Email us
On 4 August, we are offering a workshop for accounting academics during the Annual Meeting of the AAA in Washington DC
We hosted a discussion with Durham University students and ICAEW members to reflect on what the profession needs to do to go beyond its Groundhog DayRead more
Key insights from our AAA at-large panel to explore new ideas that overcome the limits of traditional approaches to teaching ethics.Read more
A new report as a practical tool to facilitate discussions into the nature of being professionalRead more
We took part in the 2017 IVBEC Conference on Professional and Business EthicsRead more