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Surviving and Thriving in a Teacher Education Program
Tuesday October 16, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Taylor Warren, Candidate in the M.Ed. in Instructional Technology Program, Freed-Hardeman University, TN
Hosted by Monte Tatom, Associate Professor of Education, Freed-Hardeman University, TN
In this edWebinar hear from Taylor Warren, who is a candidate in the M.Ed. in Instructional Technology program at Freed-Hardeman University in Tennessee, on helpful tips and tricks for not just surviving, but thriving in your teacher education courses. Taylor discusses the following topics: planning, priorities, organization, communication, engagement, seeking help when needed, asking questions, participating, and relieving stress.
This recorded session will benefit those seeking their degree in a teacher education program by giving them information to help them study and succeed in online or traditional courses.
About the Presenter
Taylor Warren received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Freed-Hardeman University in Tennessee in 2017. She is starting her second year teaching first grade at Stuart-Burns Elementary in Tennessee. Taylor became a candidate in the M.Ed. in Instructional Technology program at Freed-Hardeman University in August of 2018. Her goal is to become an instructional technologist and continue helping students succeed.
About the Host
Dr. Monte Tatom received his Ed.D. in educational administration at Auburn University. He has been in K-12 education for 26 years as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and coordinator of staff development. He retired from Mobile County Public School System in December 2005. He began working at Freed-Hardeman University (FHU) in January 2006. He is an associate professor of education within the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences at FHU. He currently has over 13 years in higher education. Dr. Tatom assisted in building the online M.Ed. in Instructional Technology that began summer 2017. He has actively been involved in educational technology since taking his first computer course at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, AL during spring 1983 (EDM 510: Micro-computing Systems in Education).
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