Graham Clayton
Profiles

Graham Clayton

Associate Lecturer

Plymouth Graduate School of Management & Plymouth Business School (HP) (Faculty of Business (HP))

Role

Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance
Teaching Fellow of the university

Qualifications

BSc FCA PGCE ILTM MCIM

Professional membership

FCA ILTM MCIM

Teaching interests

Financial Management, Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Auditing

Problem Based Learning, Work Based Learning, Simulations (see research interests)

Research interests

Problem Based Learning - small group, student-led learning. Lecturer acts as a facilitator. Conference papers presented (1996-2002)

Work Based Learning – students learn at the workplace as an alternative to the classroom (1999-2005). Conference papers presented 2005-6

Simulations – students learn by taking part in active, “live” situations/games

Development of Open Learning/Resource Based Learning material for faculty’s Accounting and Finance programmes

Teaching strategies for dealing with large classes

Use and development of “Qgen” – a software program that generates random accounting questions and solutions

Development of student competencies within a Business Studies/Accounting programme

Use of Internet to support student learning