GFO student presentations are highly effective.
One of the most popular GFO resources is a series of student presentations (“Busting Myths about the Teaching Profession”) aimed at conveying facts about teaching
Consider giving a GFO faculty workshop to empower your local faculty.
A less commonly used, but still powerful, GFO resource is a faculty workshop (“Teaching: The Best Kept Secret!”) aimed at conveying facts about the profession.
How people are sharing the messages of Get the Facts Out
News flash: Y’all are doing amazing things with Get the Facts Out materials! As the friendly local GFO evaluator, I recently reviewed the activities that
GFO has reached about 20,000 people since 2018, with Champions leading the pack in outreach to students.
Get the Facts Out uses presentations, workshops, and marketing to reach students and faculty with the facts about teaching. In estimating the project reach since
How to use GFO presentations effectively to “bust myths” about the teaching profession for students and faculty
I’m Dr. Stephanie Chasteen, the external evaluator for Get the Facts Out. It’s my job to see how well the project achieves its goals. In today’s
Who do you ask for advice about how students become STEM teachers?
One of the critical questions for GFO has been “How well are we reaching the people we want to reach with the project’s messages?” I’m
What are Get the Facts Out Change Agents doing?
by Stephanie Chasteen Get the Facts Out offers a wealth of resources for faculty working to promote teaching as a profession. But did you know that
How do I use the Get the Facts Out resources effectively?
Get the Facts Out has a great many materials aimed at spreading accurate information about the teaching profession -- flyers, posters, presentations for students, faculty