POGIL is a teaching pedagogy that makes students feel
engaged, accomplished &
POGIL is Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning
—Shawn Simonson, Boise State University
Many student-centered instructional techniques can be effective for achieving valuable learning goals in the classroom. POGIL differs from other approaches in two particular ways. The first is the explicit and conscious emphasis on developing essential and purposeful process skills. The second is the use and design of distinctive classroom materials. Three defining characteristics of these materials are:
Watch and learn how The POGIL Project continues to work toward its vision of "an educational system where student-centered learning is the norm."
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