Having educated students is the core product of all universities as the main indicators of their credibility. To achieve that goal, lecturers with their teaching methods play an important role. The objective of this research was to discover effective teaching methods in accounting subjects. Six effective teaching methods taken from the literature review were formulated in 18 detail teaching methods. 166 students were asked to rate the important teaching methods according to them. The results showed that the percentages of seven teaching methods were above the average. The seven effective teaching methods were then transferred to a questionnaire. 157 students (84 females and 73 males) were asked to fill the questionnaire. The result of descriptive statistics showed that the percentage of respondents who answered agrees was above 50% for each teaching method. The result of inferential statistics indicates that there were differences in the average preferences of the seven effective teaching methods (Chi-Square (6, N = 5) = 22,036, p<0.05). Respondents gave high rating for demonstrating competence in the course material taught and allow for frequent practice with the students. This result showed that students expect lecturers to have a high level of competence in the accountings’ material and allow them for frequent practice.
|Keywords:||Effective Teaching Method, Students’ Preference, Academic Performance|
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