Introduction to POGIL Workshop March 29th
Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning is an evidence-based pedagogy that encourages students to construct their own knowledge and develop lifelong learning skills. In a POGIL classroom, students work in self-managed teams through a learning cycle of exploration, concept invention, and application. The instructor facilitates the process, creates opportunities for teams to report out, and offers additional guidance as needed. This workshop will explore the fundamentals of POGIL, discuss how the activities are structured, provide guidance on implementing activities, and include opportunities to practice classroom facilitation techniques.

Please reserve your spot before Friday March 22nd if you want to be included in the free lunch.

Tentative Schedule:
Coffee and Gathering: 8:30-9:00
Session 1: 9:00-10:30
Break: 15 minutes
Session 2: 10:45-12:15
Lunch 12:15-1:15
Session 3: 1:15-2:45
Break: 15 minutes
Session 4 3:00-4:30

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Participants will have an option of two to three of the following workshop sessions, please indicate which sessions are of interest to you. (The exact schedule of session events will be announced before the workshop.) *
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