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Biography

Amy Tan BCom, MSc (Distinction), ACSI, PgCLTHE, FHEA, is Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Winchester Business School. She received her MSc with Distinction in Finance from Coventry University in and had been awarded the Course Tutor’s Prize for the best overall performance on the programme.

Amy is passionate about pedagogic research in finance education, more specifically in the use of simulation technology for learning and teaching. Her other research interests include behavioural finance and investments risk and return.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification

Higher Education Academy Fellowship (FHEA).

Publications

Conference Papers and Publications

  • Teoh, L.K. and Tan, S.M. (2019) Data-Driven Teaching: Using Learning Analytics to Support Student Learning. Learning and Teaching Day Conference, University of Winchester, 6 June.

  • Arafat, S., Teoh, L.K. and Tan, S.M. (2019) Financial Ratio Disclosure of Non-Financial Firms: Empirical Evidence from FTSE100. British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, 8 - 10 April. 

  • Tan, S.M. and Teoh, L.K. (2018) Using Online Self-Reflection for Engaging Students in Learning. Learning and Teaching Day Conference, University of Winchester, 7 June.

  • Tan, S.M. and Teoh, L.K. (2018) Self-Reflection on Learning: A Comparative Study of Tax and Finance Students. British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, Brighton, 2 4 May.

  • Hatton, D., Teoh, L.K. and Tan, S.M. (2018) Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from UK Domestic Energy Suppliers. British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Annual Conference 2018, Central Hall Westminster, London, 9 - 11 April.

  • Tan, S.M. (2017) Exploring the Use of Self-Reflection for Engaging Students in Finance Education. British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, University of South Wales, 3 - 5 May.

  • Marriott, P., Tan, S.M. and Marriott, N. (2015) Experiential Learning a Case Study of the Use of Computerised Stock Market Trading Simulation. Accounting Education: An International Journal, 24(6), 480 - 497

  • Marriott, P., Tan, S.M. and Marriott, N. (2014) Using Finance Simulations: Evidence from UK Universities.  3rd Annual Association of Business Schools (ABS) Learning & Teaching Conference, Aston Business School, Birmingham, 30 April.

  • Marriott, P., Tan, S.M. and Marriott, N. (2014) Using Finance Simulations: Evidence from UK Universities. RMIT Accounting Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 24 November.

  • Marriott, P., Tan, S.M. and Marriott, N. (2014) Using Finance Simulations: Evidence from UK Universities. American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting and Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA), Atlanta, USA, 2 - 6 August.

  • Tan, S.M., Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2014) Engaging Students with Stock Trading Simulations: A Preliminary Study. Learning and Teaching Development Conference, the University of Winchester, 2 June.

  • Tan, S.M., Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2014) Using Finance Simulations: Evidence from UK Universities. British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, University of the West of England, Bristol, 14 16 May.

  • Tan, S.M., Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2014) Using Finance Simulations: Evidence from UK Universities. British Accounting and Finance (BAFA) 50th Annual Conference, London School of Economics, London, 14 16 April. 

  • Marriott, N. and Tan, S.M. (2013) Current usage of finance-related simulations in UK higher education. Higher Education Academy

  • Marriott, N. and Tan, S.M. (2013) Best practice in Using Simulation Games in Finance Education. Higher Education Academy

Workshops and Invited Presentations

  • Teoh, L.K. and Tan, S.M.  (2019) Data-Driven Teaching: Using Learning Analytics to Inform Teaching Practice. Faculty of Accountancy, Finance and Business Staff Development Workshop, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARUC), Penang Branch, Malaysia, 15 May.  
  • Tan, S.M. (2018) Risk and Return on Stock Market Investment. Faculty Research and Knowledge Exchange (RKE) Seminar, the University of Winchester, 14 November.  

  • Tan, S.M. (2018) Engaging Students with Innovative Learning Technologies: A Demo Training on Finance Lab Pro. Faculty of Accountancy, Finance and Business Staff Development Workshop, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARUC), Malaysia, 6 August.  

  • Teoh, L.K. and Tan, S.M. (2018) Engaging Net Generation Students in Learning with Online Self-Reflection. Faculty Learning Lunch (Staff Seminar), University of Winchester, 30 May.

  • Tan, S.M. (2015) Simulations for Learning and Teaching Finance: A Self-Reflection Approach. Finance Lab Workshop, University of Winchester, 12 June.

  • Marriott, N. and Tan, S.M. (2013) Best Practice in Using Finance Simulation in UK Higher Education. Higher Education Academy (HEA) Social Science Workshop and Seminar Series: Teaching Developments in Finance and Accounting Workshop, University of Winchester, 30 January.

  • Tan, S.M. (2011) Understanding, Supporting and Transforming International Students. Faculty Staff Seminar, University of Winchester, 11 November.

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