Effective Poster Teaching Strategy towards Risk in Studying Fraud

Rozainun Haji Abdul Aziz, Kamaruzaman Jusoff


The aim of this paper is to present an alternative method and strategy in teaching and learning for the higher institution of learning. Poster presentation is an approach to introduce and deliver a lecture to create a different mood enticed by the visuals given. This poster presents a new approach of creativity as a method of teaching and learning in a classroom. The course sampled was risk management. The whole idea is to make the teaching presentation interesting by using visuals i.e. an instructive poster. Each ‘point’ on the poster means a thousand words. The presentation shows how risk management is encompassed by knowledge, understanding and controls of forensic accounting and financial criminology. It is self-explanatory and acts as an animation in itself. Risk management is seen to be an umbrella, shielding away entities from the unpredictable environment and weather i.e. malpractices, corporate failures and frauds which are now rampant across the world. A formal education and an academic qualification are now a necessity to combat these hitches. This is accomplished by exposing the ‘gate of thumbs’ as labeled and arranged under the umbrella, signifying a study of forensic accounting and financial criminology through various courses. Research is then undertaken to express and instigate feasible topic as a test of further understanding. As shown on the poster, ‘with a command of English to report, if ‘…it takes a thief…’ then in this study, it takes one function to deter fraud, i.e. risk management; and three levels to hook fraud, namely forensic accounting, varied courses related plus a level of research work.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ies.v2n1p158

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