This study examines the impact of adopting different teaching practices on accounting education. With the goal of improving instructional strategies and enhancing students' learning experiences and outcomes in the field of accounting, the study investigates the effects of various teaching practices on student performance, engagement, critical thinking, and knowledge acquisition. The research design involves a comparative analysis of different teaching approaches, including traditional lecture-based teaching, active learning strategies, case-based learning, and technology-enhanced instruction. Data collection methods include surveys, assessments, student feedback, and classroom observations. The results provide valuable insights into the influence of different teaching practices on accounting education, informing educators, curriculum developers, and policymakers on effective approaches to enhance teaching and learning in accounting.
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