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Unformatted text preview: – also known as the PEER model (Macquarie University, 2012). This model consists templates and check list forms with questions Why; What; Who; How; Reporting; and Follow up. Questionnaires suggested in the PEER model were adapted. Twenty‐five questions were developed under five headings: Planning and organisation; Documentations and contents; 266 Hien Minh Thi Tran and Farshid Anvari Training strategies and resources; Presentation and management; Feedback and follow up of participants. Table 2: Samples of the application of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Knowledge Dimension into the learning and teaching of FIMS TEACHING AIMS: KNOWLEDGE DIMENSION Conceptual Knowledge of FIMS reports. LEARNING OUTCOMES Module 1: Identify the various types of reports that are used by managers and business analysts and run some simple reports. Conceptual Module 1: Knowledge of the Compare and University’s contrast the Accounting various account Ledgers. components and selection codes of various ledger accounts. Procedural Knowledge of Purchase Requisitions Processing. Procedural Knowledge of Tax Invoices. Module 2: Generate Purchasing Requisitions, reports and interpret the data. Module 3: Monitor the status of processing of Tax Invoices. Procedural Knowledge of AR Tax Invoices. Module 4: Create an AR scheduled Tax Invoice and, interpret the features and components of a Recurring Documents Tab. LEARNING PROCESSES TEACHING PROCESSES & LEARNING ACTIVITIES COGNITIVE PROCESS DIMENSION Memorising key terms. Understanding concepts. Explanation; Practice with feedback. Remember This is an example of the lowest level of the Cognitive Process Dimension. Recognising, understanding rules and concepts; Interpreting ledgers’ account codes; Understanding how the account codes work within FIMS context. Raising Purchase Requisitions; Understanding Purchase Requisitions Processes; Interpreting Purchase Requisition reports. Understanding cause and effect in relation to certain functions; Distinguishi...
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