FUN Final Fridays
FUN Final Fridays
For those that were not able to join last year, or who might be new to FUN, these Final Friday meetups are intended to be informal gatherings to learn about, or remind ourselves of, strong pedagogical tools and to provide fun collegial support.
We welcome you to all or as many as you can attend.
All meetings will take place on Friday, be one hour in length, and will begin at 4 pm (EST). Here is our schedule for the Fall:
We heard your request to have more informal time to chat with FUN friends, so we will plan to open each session at 3:45 (EDT) and place participants in a breakout room just to visit until the presenters are ready to go at 4 pm – so, please, come early and chat with friends. Thanks for this feedback received at the FUN conference at WWU last month, and thanks again to the hosts and Ed committee for a great meeting! In addition, as a FUN member you can find all of last year’s recordings by clicking the link at the bottom of this FUN webpage and, after logging in, you will see the video links.
FFF on August 25, 2023, will consider ways to implement storytelling strategies within undergraduate STEM curricula. Hosts David Donley (Harding) and Barbara Lom (Davidson) will share elements of storytelling that can be applied to class sessions, storytelling assignments, and resources for instructors seeking to use storytelling tactics to enhance their teaching and/or help students tell their own stories. We hope that you will be able to join us on Friday 08.25.23 at 4:00 pm EDT (3:00 CDT, 2:00 MDT, 1:00 PDT) for the first FFF of the fall!
Register here for the August conversation.
Here is a brief overview of the fall sessions with registration links, all will take place at 4 pm (EDT):
September 29: Faculty well being, preventing burn out
October 27: Open Education Resources
December 1 (first Friday): Crowd source a solution to your problem
Past Schedules and Resources
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Information and resources from previous FUN Final Fridays
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