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Quick Notes are for people who want help with college accounting courses and for people who need to enhance their business financial knowledge.
Only the most important concepts are explored by these four financial accounting books. Except for the PeachtreeTM book, important concepts are presented with 1- and 2- page learning outlines. Minimizing descriptive material makes learning difficult concepts easier.
Practice problems or quizzes are provided. Complete solutions provided for all problems except the Peachtree book, explain difficult concepts.
A number of sample pages are provided for each book. Use them to learn how The Quick Notes Learning System can help you learn financial accounting.
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I have used this book in my Franklin Pierce College classes for many years and am pleased to report that only one of more than 1,000 students reported on course evaluations that they did not like Quick Notes. By giving my students the basic course concepts in a concise outline format, I have more time to spend on difficult concepts. In addition, I have more time to get to know my students. Learning is faster and easier and the classroom experience is much more enjoyable. This book is good for students wanting to graduate quickly by passing the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) test in accounting and for those wanting to test out of an MBA prerequisite. It also makes good class notes for people involved with a distance learning college class.From the Back Cover:
Quick Notes work because they follow The Quick Notes Philosophy. The Theory of Optimum Amounts There exists for every CONCEPT to be learned, an optimum amount of explanatory material.There exists for every TOPIC to be learned, an optimum number of concepts to be integrated. There exists for every SUBJECT to be learned, an optimum number of topics to be mastered. By limiting explanatory material to optimum amounts, Quick Notes maximizes learning. The Theory of Optimum Placement There exists for every CONCEPT to be learned and integrated into a TOPIC of concern, a unique place- ment of elements that will maximize learning. By placing related elements on the same page or facing pages, Quick Notes maximizes learning. The Optimum Relationship Between Content and Process Education is the learning of content and process. Content is the what of learning it's the arithmetic of mathematics and the grammar of communication. Process is the application of content it's the problem- solving of mathematics and the writing of communication. Learning begins with content and expands to process. By making the learning of content easier, Quick Notes makes the learning of process easier.
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Book Description Twenty-First Century Learning, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110963277227
Book Description Twenty-First Century Learning, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0963277227