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Floyd Hardin, III

Floyd H. Hardin, III
When asked about instructional strategies, Floyd responds, “I am a firm believer in the philosophy that there is no standard formula for the maximization of potential; rather, the true formula for student success is as unique as the student in question. Therefore, instructors can only facilitate quintessential learning if they are in-tune with their student.” Floyd is a Morehouse Graduate and he obtained a Master of Arts Degree in Educational Psychology from Arizona State University. While coordinating the Maricopa Community College District’s (MCCCD) Minority Male Initiative, he also serves as an adjunct faculty member at both Chandler-Gilbert and Rio Community Colleges in the metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona. MCCCD is a ten college district educating over 261,000 students annually who either transfer to a college or university or obtain their associate degree in an occupational career field. Floyd, a former Intern, at the Jimmy Carter Center located at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia has a variety of experience working with ‘at-risk’ youth in educational endeavors.     [ Click for More ]


 


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23 - Shaping Student Success: Best Practices for Recruitment and Retention of African American Students 
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June 17, 2011   11:00am - 12:15pm
 
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