DELORES LOEDEL

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  • ACCOUNTING Instructor
  • ACCT 101, Practical Accounting
  • ACCT 158, Business Math
  • BS, University of North Texas
  • MS, University of North Texas
  • CMA, California
  • VOICEMAIL: 760.757.2121 x1398
  • EMAIL: dloedel@miracosta.edu
Delores Loedel
 
ACCT 158 Class

Delores Loedel graduated from the University of North Texas with Bachelors and Masters of Science in Accounting.  She has also successfully completed the examinations to become a Certified Management Accountant (CMA).  Ms. Loedel has worked for Electronic Data Systems (EDS), GDE Systems and Foodmaker, Inc. in Internal Audit, and in the General Accounting area.  Her latest position before joining MiraCosta was as the Accounting Manager for GDE Systems.

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ONLINE CLASS INFO

ACCT 158 Business Mathematics

ACCT 201 Financial Accounting

SYLLABUS LINKS

ACCT 158:1015 Fall 2014 (online)
ACCT 158:1019 Fall 2014 (online)
ACCT 201:2227 Fall 2014 (online)

ACCT 158:1390 Spring 2014 (online)
ACCT 158:1391 Spring 2014 (online)
ACCT 201:1400 Spring 2014 (online)

VIDEO LINKS

ACCT 158

 

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Online Class Evaluations:(comments to each of the survey questions are summarized at the end of each survey)

Fall 2012: ACCT158:1015 (29 students) Pt1 Pt2
Fall 2012: ACCT158:1019 (28 students) Pt1 Pt2
Fall 2012: ACCT201:2597 (31 students) Pt1 Pt2

Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities

ACCT158 Online: Welcome to Business Math! In this class you will learn some very practical business math and accounting skills that you can put to use right away. While most students find this class to be challenging, they also find it to be extremely rewarding and gain a lot of valuable and useful information and practical skills for the workplace as well as their personal lives.

One of the valuable educational experiences you will obtain through taking this class is the completion of a group project. This group project will allow you to build a team together and apply the information you have learned during the semester to a real-world case project. While group projects can be challenging, the skills you gain through this exercise will help to prepare you for the workplace (this group project will be due towards the end of the semester).

As with all online courses, they can be convenient for those with hectic schedules. However, you must understand that this course is not self-paced. There will be assignments due each week. This class requires strong self-discipline, good time management skills and a pro-active attitude toward the class and assignments. Some students find that while convenient, online courses can be more difficult and time-consuming. Just remember that the time that you would have spent commuting in traffic can be put to good use in studying and preparation!

But it is not all work, work, work! We will also have lots of FUN together in this class. You will be gaining some very applicable business knowledge and skills through this course. At the same time, you will be creating a community in the online environment and have numerous opportunities to offer your unique input and experience into this classroom. I have taken several online classes myself and while they can be challenging, I also find them extremely rewarding.

I welcome student questions and emails and am available for office hours during the semester.

ACCT201 Online: Welcome to Financial Accounting! I want to welcome you to this class and to tell you right away that this is NOT an easy class (many of you have probably already heard this statement from your peers). However, as long as you apply yourself and take the time that is needed to learn the materials, I believe anyone can be successful in this class (the good news)! While most students find this class to be challenging, they also find it to be extremely rewarding and gain a lot of valuable and useful information and practical skills for the workplace as well as their personal lives.

As with all online courses, they can be convenient for those with hectic schedules. However, you must understand that this course is not self-paced. There will be assignments due each week. This class requires strong self-discipline, good time management skills and a pro-active attitude toward the class and assignments. Some students find that while convenient, online courses can be more difficult and time-consuming. Just remember that the time that you would have spent commuting in traffic can be put to good use in studying and preparation!

But it is not all work, work, work! We will also have lots of FUN together in this class. You will be gaining some very applicable business knowledge and accounting skills through this course. At the same time, you will be creating a community in the online environment and have numerous opportunities to offer your unique input and experience into this classroom. I have taken several online classes myself and while they can be challenging, I also find them extremely rewarding.

I welcome student questions and emails and am available for office hours during the semester.