The Effect of Adopting Case Method with the Modified Consulting Exercise on Students' Critical Thinking Disposition and Learning Interest

Chen, Y. L., and Huang, M. C. 2022. The Effect of Adopting Case Method with the Modified Consulting Exercise on Students' Critical Thinking Disposition and Learning Interest. NTU Management Review, 32 (3): 35-78. https://doi.org/10.6226/NTUMR.202212_32(3).0002

Yu-Lin Chen, Department of Accounting Information, National Taipei University of Business
Mei-Chu Huang, Department of Accounting, Chung Yuan Christian University

Abstract

This study reports and analyzes the results of a teaching experiment involving undergraduate students taking managerial accounting course at a university under the technological and vocational education system in Taiwan. The same instructor teaches the same course in three different teaching methods, namely lectures, traditional case method, and Case Method with the Modified Consulting Exercise (CMMCE). Our results indicate that adopting CMMCE improves students' learning effectiveness significantly in terms of critical thinking disposition and learning interest when compared with the other two conditions. However, we find no significant difference r between students taught in the traditional case method and in lectures.  


Keywords

Case Method with the Modified Consulting Exercisecritical thinking dispositionlearning interestmanagerial accountingtechnological and vocational education


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