The Foundations for Learning (FFL) program at UNCG is designed to foster students’ academic and personal success, holistic development and seamless transitions throughout their undergraduate experience at UNCG. FFL courses are facilitated by an FFL Instructor and Peer Academic Leader (PAL) and students engage in an active exploration of higher education and the various resources, skills and competencies essential to academic success at UNCG.
Courses within the FFL program are taught by a talented cadre of UNCG faculty and staff who have a special interest in first-year student education. Instructors must meet the following criteria:
- Have obtained a master’s degree from an accredited institution,
- Be a UNCG employee,
- Have a special interest in first-year transition and education,
- Submit resume and complete information form
- Attend mandatory Instructor Institute on May 9-10, 2012*.
If you are interested in volunteering to be a FFL Instructor for Fall 2012, please complete the information form and submit your resume via email to email@example.com with subject line: FFL Instructor .
*If you have questions or concerns regarding the requirements to teach FFL, please contact Brandy Propst, coordinator for Academic Foundations & Mentoring, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 256-1246. For more information about the FFL program, visit the FFL web site.