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Tuesday May 31st, 2016
The POGIL Project Names Pirmann and Shepherd Inaugural Winners of Early Achievement Award
The POGIL Project has named two educators winners of its inaugural Early Achievement Award
Thursday May 19th, 2016
Words from Tammy Pirmann
Today’s post is from Tammy Pirmann, one of the first two educators given the POGIL Early Achievement Award.
Wednesday May 4th, 2016
Q&A with Gail Webster
Gail Webster is a professor of Chemistry at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC.
Wednesday May 4th, 2016
Q&A with Gail Webster
Gail Webster is a professor of Chemistry at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC.
Wednesday April 27th, 2016
How should I form the groups in my class?
What are the best ways to form the groups in your class? The answer is, of course, it depends!
Tuesday April 5th, 2016
If active learning is “settled science”, why doesn’t everyone use it?
A post written by Rob Whitnell at Guilford College that arose out of an email conversation in response to the question titling this blog.
Monday March 21st, 2016
Wednesday February 10th, 2016
Rick Moog Earns National Teaching Honor from American Chemical Society
Richard "Rick" Moog, professor of chemistry at Franklin & Marshall College and Founder/ Director of The POGIL Project in Lancaster, Pa., has been named the 2016 winner of the George C. Pimentel Award in Chemical Education from the American Chemical Society and Cengage Learning.
Tuesday February 2nd, 2016
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