Are your students…
- Engaging actively in critical thinking in the classroom and laboratory?
- Drawing conclusions by analyzing information and discussing ideas?
- Working in self-managed teams to master concepts and solve problems?
- Reflecting on what they have learned and how to improve their performance?
- Functioning as an integral part of a learning community?
Learn how POGIL can help restructure your classroom environment and enhance student learning.
POGIL is an acronym for Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning. Because POGIL is a student-centered instructional approach, in a typical POGIL classroom or laboratory, students work in small teams with the instructor acting as a facilitator. The student teams use intentionally designed activities that generally follow the learning cycle paradigm. POGIL is a student-centered instructional strategy that provides opportunities to teach both content and key process skills at the same time. More information about POGIL can be found at the following website: https://www.pogil.org/about-pogil/what-is-pogil.
- Date: Friday, January 25, 2019
- Time: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
- Location: Building F, Room F315
- Facilitators: Mary van Opstal, Chemistry and Julie Ellefson, Chemistry
- CEUs: 0.3
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