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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2023, 6(18); doi: 10.25236/FER.2023.061818.

The Teaching Design and Implementation of Combining Business and Finance with Ideological and Political Education in Fundamental Accounting


Lin Yang1,2, Jingyi Hao1,2, Mingjing Li1,2

Corresponding Author:
Lin Yang

1School of Economics and Management, Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology, Beijing, 102617, China

2Development Research Centres of Beijing New Modern Industrial Area, Beijing, 102617, China


The accounting profession is constantly evolving, and it is essential to ensure that accounting education keeps pace with these changes. The traditional approach to teaching accounting has become outdated, and it is no longer sufficient to prepare students for the challenges of the modern accounting profession. The need for education reform in the field of fundamental accounting courses has become more apparent than ever before. This thesis aims to critically analyse the need for reform in accounting education and the changes that need to be made to prepare students for the modern accounting profession. The thesis will also examine the role of technology and practical experience in accounting education. Therefore, new teaching methods need to be developed to incorporate the use of technology and ethics into accounting education. By taking these steps, we can ensure that students are prepared for the challenges of the modern accounting profession.


Fundamental Accounting, Business and Finance, Ideological and Political Education in Professional Courses, Case Study

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Lin Yang, Jingyi Hao, Mingjing Li. The Teaching Design and Implementation of Combining Business and Finance with Ideological and Political Education in Fundamental Accounting. Frontiers in Educational Research (2023) Vol. 6, Issue 18: 100-106. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2023.061818.


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