We are now in the third year of Freed-Hardeman University’s Quality Enhancement Plan (iLearn: Integrating Student Learning and Collaborative Technology). We are excited that the iLearn Commons is available for students to utilize for collaboration. We will be having the "iLearn Commons Open House" Wednesday, 9/4/2013 from 8:00 AM - 10:15 AM and 11:15 AM - 4:00 PM.
Cohort 1 and 2 are in the Implementation Phase during Fall 2013 with the following classes: BIO 110 – Principles of Biology (2 sections), CHE 121 – General Chemistry I, COM 140 – Speech Communication (5 sections), ENG 102 – English Composition II, and MAT 100 – Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics (2 sections).
Cohort 3 has completed their "Director Interview" and "Orientation". They will begin their "Overview of Pedagogical Technologies" in September (9/19/2013). They will complete their Induction Phase during Fall 2013. PSY 210 - General Psychology, SOC 241 - General Sociology, ART 110 - Art Appreciation, MUS 110 - Music Appreciation, and THE 265 - Acting I are the classes that are involved in Cohort 3.
Listed below are the General Education courses and professors whom are interacting with the iLearn Program.
Cohort 1 (2011 - 2016):
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Mathematics & Computer Sciences
MAT 100 - Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics ~ Jamie Holtin
MAT 101 - College Algebra ~ Mike Johnson
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Biological, Physical & Human Sciences
BIO 110 - Principles of Biology ~ Rachel Salmon & Paul Fader
CHE 121 - General Chemistry 1 ~ Jim Barr
PHS 111 - Physical Science 1 ~ LeAnn Self-Davis
Cohort 2 (2012 - 2016):
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Communication & Literature
ENG 102 - English Composition II ~ Margaret Payne, John McLaughlin, Neil Segars & Derrick Spradlin
COM 140 - Speech Communication ~ Forrest Doddington & Garvis Semore
Cohort 3 (2013 - 2016):
College of Education & Behavioral Sciences, Department of Behavioral Sciences
PSY 210 - General Psychology ~ Chris Creecy & Paul Helton
SOC 241 - General Sociology _ Nadine McNeal
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Fine Arts
ART 110 - Art Appreciation ~ Barbara England
MUS 110 - Music Appreciation ~ Richard England
THE 265 - Acting 1 ~ Cliff Thompson