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Jeanette Landin

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Biography

Dr. Jeanette Landin is an Assistant Professor of Business and Accounting at Landmark College and is the faculty adviser for the college’s Phi Beta Lambda Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).  Dr. Landin earned her B.A. degree from the University of California at Irvine before receiving her M.B.A. and Ed.D. from University of Phoenix, where she conducted research into college success strategies for at-risk students. She holds Master's level certifications in Autism Spectrum Disorders from Antioch University and in Accounting from University of Phoenix.


In addition to co-authoring McGraw-Hill’s Payroll Accounting 2018, Dr. Landin is an active member of the Institute for Management Accountants (IMA), and Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges (TACTYC), and previously served as an active member of both the California Business Educators Association and the Western Business Educators Association. Dr. Landin currently serves as the Chair of the IMA’s international Committee for Academic Relations and is the Vermont State Contact for FBLA-- Phi Beta Lambda. She is a peer reviewer for textbooks, scholarly journals, dissertations, and academic conferences. She is a happily married mother of two active teenagers.

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Education

Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Phoenix

Graduate Certificate in Accounting, University of Phoenix

M.B.A., University of Phoenix

B.A., Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine

Certificate in ASD, Antioch University

Graduate Certificate in Accounting, University of Phoenix
 

Publications

Landin, J., & Schirmer, P.  (2017).  Payroll Accounting 2018 (4th ed.).  New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 13: 9781259742514.

Landin, J. (2017). Accessible Business Instruction (ABI): A New Model for Business Instruction. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 17(7), 96-105.

Landin, J. (2017).  Keys to Flexible Leadership. Strategic Finance, October 2017.

Landin, J., & Schirmer, P.  (2017).  Payroll Accounting 2017 (3rd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 13: 9781259572180.

Landin, J., & Schirmer, P.  (2016).  Payroll Accounting 2016 (2nd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.  ISBN: 978-1259572197.

Landin, J., & Schirmer, P.  (2015).  Payroll Accounting 2015 (1st ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.  ISBN: 978-0077827212.

Landin, J. (2012). Building a Positive Classroom Environment for Adult Learners.  Western News Exchange, 10(2), 19-20.

Career college student success definitions and academic needs after illicit drug use: A narrative study. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, 2011.

Inclusiveness: Hearing Every Voice (2010). Educate: The Journal of Doctoral  Research in Education, 10(2), 2-8. 

Presentations

Learning Activities and Games in the Accounting Classroom. American Accounting Association Northeast Region Meeting, October 2017.

Micro-Uniting: The Key to Student Engagement, Learning, and Retention. LCIRT Summer Institute, June 2017.

Micro-Uniting: The Key to Student Engagement, Learning, and Retention. Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges conference, May 2017.

Accounting Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities. Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges conference, May 2016.

Payroll: Trends on the horizon (co-presented). Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges conference, May 2015.

Enhancing the way you teach payroll accounting (co-presented).  Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges conference, May 2015.

Free iPad apps for the accounting classroom (poster session).  Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges conference, May 2015.

Accounting Instruction and the Learning-Disabled College Student: A Multi-Layered Balancing Act (poster session).  Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges conference, May 2014.

Money Tips for Women, 2017. Landmark College Women's Center. 

Understanding Your Credit Report, 2016. Landmark College Women's Center.

Money Management, Women’s Center, 2015. Landmark College Women's Center.

Sensory Processing, Learning, and Behavior: Recognizing the Signs of Difficulty and Providing Support for Students. High School Program Staff training, 2015.

Creating a Culture of Student Success.  The Pacific Institute’s 7th Annual Best Practices and Good Ideas Conference, 2010.

Academic Interests

Emotional Intelligence in Business Settings

Neurological Implications of Autism Spectrum Disorders, LD, and ADHD on Self-Efficacy

Inclusion for At-Risk Adult Students

Teacher Responsibility for Student Learning in Adults

Payroll Accounting (textbook in production, anticipated publication fall 2014 with McGraw-Hill)

Anxiety Impediments to Learning

Program Development and Evaluation

Curriculum and Instruction Design

Accounting Ethics in an E-Business Culture

Business Leadership in an Age of Millennial Workers

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