2020 Facilitator Training Workshop Application Form
Thank you for your interest in The Facilitator Training Workshop! Please complete the application below to tell us about your qualifications and to help us get to know you better. Applications will be accepted until November 1, 2019. Decisions will be made by November 11, 2019.

If you have any questions, please email Ellen Harpel at eharpel@pogil.org or call 717-358-4589
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2. Last Name: *
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3. Date: *
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4. E-mail Address: *
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5. Institution Name: *
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6. Institution Address (City, State): *
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7. Indicate your region: *
8. Indicate the year or years in which you attended a POGIL Regional/Summer 3-Day workshop: *
9. Did you attend the 2017 or 2019 National Conference for Advanced POGIL Practitioners (NCAPP)? *
10. Describe all courses in which you have implemented POGIL methods. Include a brief description of class size, student population/demographics, etc.) *
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11. For how many years have you implemented POGIL (not including this current academic year)? *
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12. Briefly describe any presentations about POGIL you have given at a Regional/Summer 3-day workshops or National meetings. Provide meeting names and dates, and titles of presentations if applicable. *
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13. Briefly describe any experience you have in authoring POGIL activities. *
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14. In one or two paragraphs, explain your interest in attending this workshop and describe your goals are for your involvement in leading efforts to help others implement effective instructional pedagogies such as POGIL into their teaching practice. *
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15. Have you used any other student-centered inquiry techniques in your teaching? If so, please describe. *
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16. Provide the name and contact information of one person affiliated with The POGIL Project who we may contact for further information about your use of POGIL or your involvement with The Project. *
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17. The POGIL Project has a limited number of need-based scholarships available to assist participants in this workshop with their attendance. It is our intention to support those who have limited or no access to funds for professional development. Please describe your circumstances for requesting a scholarship here: *
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Indicate whether you are requesting a 1/2 or full scholarship. *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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