Dr. M. Monte Tatom is enjoying working as Associate Professor of Education within the College of Education & Behavioral Sciences at FHU and teaches EDU 642 - Advanced Technology for Educators. He received his Ed. D. from Auburn University in Educational Administration in March 1998. He has been involved in educational technology since his first Masters level class at the University of South Alabama in 1983 - EDM 510: Micro-computing Systems in Education.
I am really enjoying the opportunity of working with Freed-Hardeman University and interacting with students who are getting their Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction, Master of Education in Special Education, Master of Education in School Counseling, and/or Master of Education in Administration and Supervision; and with students who are getting the Education Specialist in Instructional Leadership.
Working at Freed-Hardeman has also give me the chance of meeting individuals working with the TN State Board of Education and the TN Department of Education. This interaction has given me the opportunity of assisting the TN State Board of Education with the "Instructional Leadership Redesign" initiative from 2007 - 2010. I am also currently serving a second three year term (2013 - 2016) with the TN State Board of Education's Advisory Council for Teacher Education and Certification as Chairperson.
AN UNEXPECTED HONOR: I received this note in my email March 13, 2013, and want to share with you. I am quite honored that I was considered for this list!
"I'm quite pleased to let you know you've been featured on the list of 100 Top Experts in EdTech and eLearning that was just published on BestCollegeRankings.org, viewable here: http://bestcollegerankings.org/elearning-edtech/"
I am working with several colleagues to build FHU's new Online M.Ed. in Instructional Technology to begin Summer 2017. You may find more information at: http://fhu.edu/edtech