Teaching in a Student-Centered World: International Best of Regions Excellence Award

Congratulations to the following members who were selected as a “Best of Regions” presenter during the regional meetings held this past fall and winter. Titles are listed below. A detailed description is available for all sessions in the conference theme track, Teaching in a Student-Centered World. All presentations selected as a “Best of Regions” are guaranteed a concurrent session spot at ACBSP Virtual Conference 2020.

These presentations will be judged again and one presenter will receive the “International Best of Regions Excellence Award” during the Virtual Conference.

Roberta Harris Best of Regions Monroe College, Region 1 Roberta Harris is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “The Impact of Educational Mobility on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education:”.
Jane Mattes Best of Regions Community College of Baltimore County, Region 2 Jane Mattes is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Promoting Articulation and Transfer from Associate to Bachelor ACBSP Accredited Online Program”.
Cathy Littlefield Best of Regions Peirce College, Region 2 Cathy Littlefield is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Promoting Articulation and Transfer from Associate to Bachelor ACBSP Accredited Online Program”.
Janie Gregg Best of Regions University of West Alabama, Region 3 Janie Gregg is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Students, Here’s the Course Description, the Textbook, the SLO’s and Some Course Ideas: Now You Create the Syllabus!”.
Mitzi Green Best of Regions University of West Alabama, Region 3 Mitzi Green is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Students, Here’s the Course Description, the Textbook, the SLO’s and Some Course Ideas: Now You Create the Syllabus!”.
Michelle Clemmons Best of Regions Ivy Tech Community College Indiana, Region 4 Michelle Clemmons is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Embracing the Adult Learner- An Adra-logical approach to the classroom”.
Treg Hopkins Best of Regions Purdue University, Region 4 Treg Hopkins is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Embracing the Adult Learner- An Adra-logical approach to the classroom”.
Alla Adams Best of Regions Park University, Region 5 Alla Adams is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Overcoming Skill Gaps Using Conferencing Technology in the Virtual Classroom”.
Harold Griffin Best of Regions Brazosport College, Region 5 Harold Griffin is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Overcoming Skill Gaps Using Conferencing Technology in the Virtual Classroom”.
Amanda Evert Best of Regions Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Region 6 Amanda Evert is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Better Than Magic: Web-scraping as a Brand Analysis tool for Business Professor”.
Jonna Myers Best of Regions Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Region 6 Jonna Myers is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Better Than Magic: Web-scraping as a Brand Analysis tool for Business Professor”.
William Russell Best of Regions Northwest Nazarene University, Region 7 William Russell is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Our Hot New Course: Side Rules Basics. Great Idea, Right?”.
Joshua Jensen Best of Regions Northwest Nazarene University, Region 7 Joshua Jensen is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Our Hot New Course: Side Rules Basics. Great Idea, Right?”.
Olivia Carter Best of Regions Northwest Nazarene University, Region 7 Olivia Carter is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Our Hot New Course: Side Rules Basics. Great Idea, Right?”.
Giovanna Beijjani Best of Regions Higher Colleges of Technology (HTC), Region 8 Giovanna Beijjani is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “DIALOGIC TEACHING IN A STUDENT CENTERED WORLD”.
Amalia Novoa-Hoyos Best of Regions Universidad EAN, Region 9 Amalia Novoa-Hoyos is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Be happy: implementing the PERMA model at EAN University, Bogota, Colombia”.
Juan Gil-Barragan Best of Regions Universidad EAN, Region 9 Juan Gil-Barragan is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Be happy: implementing the PERMA model at EAN University, Bogota, Colombia”.
Sergio Salas-Amaya Best of Regions Universidad EAN, Region 9 Sergio Salas-Amaya is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Be happy: implementing the PERMA model at EAN University, Bogota, Colombia”.
Khandoker Mahmudur Rahman Best of Regions United International University, Region 10 Khandoker Mahmudur Rahman is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “Teaching Generation Z: Adapting Teaching-Learning Style to Face Emerging Educational Challenges”.
Allan MacKenzie Best of Regions McMaster University, Region 11 Allan MacKenzie is a recipient of the Best of Regions Award for their presentation, “M-Factor Competition: A Reality-Themed Student Managerial Skills Showcase”.

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