RSVP for POGIL Workshop
POGIL (Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning) is a pedagogical practice that promotes student-centered learning, and has been used in chemistry, biology, math, CS, anatomy, and an array of other subjects.
Students work on highly structured activities in small groups, both constructing knowledge and improving process skills. For more information on POGIL, please check out the following website:
Date: Friday, January 3rd, 2020
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (breakfast at 8:30am)
Location: The Boelter Library Learning Commons (8270 Boelter Hall)
Facilitators: Professor Heather Wilson-Ashworth and Professor Timothy Herzog
Topic: This one day workshop will introduce instructors to the scaffolding approach taken by POGIL, as well as discuss team formation, group facilitation strategies, and metacognitive skills development. Participants will explore these topics through POGIL-based activities, thus gaining first-hand experience on how to model a POGIL classroom.
Thank you for taking the time to complete this form. There are limited spaces available for the POGIL Workshop, so we unfortunately cannot guarantee everyone a spot. Our priority is to include those who are likely to incorporate collaborative learning and structured group work in the classroom. We will notify you of your application status by Wednesday, December 11th.
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Adjunct Professor track
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