Wednesday, 25 May 2005: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM

Room 202 (Science & Engineering Resource Center)

College Education (COED)

Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning POGIL

POGIL is a student-centered instructional approach that combines group learning with a guided inquiry paradigm, and includes an emphasis on the development of key process skills. This session will introduce the philosophical basis for this pedagogy, and will provide examples of its implementation and effectiveness in a variety of courses and institutional settings.
Organizer:Richard S. Moog
1:30 PM Welcoming Remarks
1:35 PM Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning and the POGIL Project
Richard S. Moog
2:00 PM POGIL and PLTL: Contrast and Comparison
Thomas H. Eberlein
2:25 PM POGIL in a Graduate Molecular Spectroscopy Course for High School Chemistry Teachers
Susan R. Phillips
2:50 PM Intermission
3:00 PM Teaching reasoning process in organic chemistry using electron energies
R. Daniel Libby, Carl Salter
3:25 PM Student Resistance to POGIL Implementation in an Organic Chemistry Course
Kelly E. Butler
3:50 PM The POGIL (Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning) Laboratory
Frank J. Creegan
4:15 PM Panel Discussion

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