Access to teaching notes accompanying the Open Safari case study
Use of these teaching notes is limited exclusively to those teaching IFRS because the efficacy of the case study as a tool to develop students’ ability to make IFRS judgements will be greatly impaired if the students have access to the teaching notes.
Right of Use
The permitted use of these teaching notes is set-out below.
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These teaching notes provide guidance and suggestions for teachers who are using the Stage 3 Open Safari case study.
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