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Tips for Surviving All Types of Assessments as a Classroom Teacher
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Vernice Y. Jones, Candidate in the M.Ed. in School Counseling program, Freed-Hardeman University, TN
Hosted by Dr. Monte Tatom, Associate Professor of Education, Freed-Hardeman University, TN
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In this edWebinar, hear from Vernice Jones, a candidate in the M.Ed. in School Counseling program at Freed-Hardeman University, on helpful tips for educators regarding various types of assessments. Vernice discusses essential tips for how to feel less stressed during testing time, planning, and organization and relieve anxiety for both educators and students.
This recorded presentation will be of interest to all educators, specifically new and pre-service teachers, by giving them essential resources to be well prepared and confident in conducting any assessment.
About the Presenter
Vernice Jones received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Lane College in 2003. She obtained her master’s degree in education from Grand Canyon University in 2009. She then began teaching in 2006 at Airways Middle School as a 7th grade science teacher. Vernice became a candidate in the M.Ed. in School Counseling program at Freed-Hardeman University in December 2017. Her goal is to become a professional school counselor and obtain a doctorate in counseling and serve a vital role in maximizing student achievement to ensure that the whole child is being served.
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. 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). You can follow Dr. Tatom on Twitter @drmmtatom
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