2022-23 Public Workshops
This is an introductory workshop designed for those with limited or no previous exposure to POGIL pedagogy. Despite being in a virtual format, this is a very learner-centered, active-learning workshop. There will be a small homework assignment given to help participants reflect on their learning and prepare for either the second half of the day or the second day, depending on whether they attend the 1-day or 2-day workshop.
This workshop is designed for experienced POGIL practitioners who have attended any one of the following: Virtual Fundamentals of POGIL workshop, a summer 3-day POGIL workshop, or a 1-day POGIL workshop. The workshop consists of several team activities and individual assignments throughout the week. Despite being in a virtual format, this is a very learner-centered, active-learning workshop. There will be small homework assignments given at the end of the first two sessions. The workshop will conclude with Collaborative Feedback Training, allowing participants to submit their own POGIL activities to the POGIL Activity Clearinghouse, review others’ activities, and classroom test draft activities. Prerequisite: Virtual Fundamentals of POGIL workshop, 1-day POGIL workshop, or a 3-day POGIL workshop.
Despite being a virtual format, this is a very learner-centered, active learning workshop. There will be small homework assignments given at the end of the first three sessions. Prerequisite: Virtual Fundamentals of POGIL workshop, 1-day POGIL workshop or a 3-day POGIL workshop.
On Day 1, participants will follow a schedule based on their POGIL experience level. Those who have never attended a POGIL workshop will attend the Fundamentals of POGIL sessions. Those who have previously attended a POGIL workshop should attend their choice of sessions (Team Formation, Intro to POGIL Labs, or another session specific to your workshop.) On Days 2 and 3, all participants will follow a series of sessions (a track) based on their content area of interest: Activity Writing, Classroom Facilitation, or POGIL Labs. For more information on each of these tracks and to view session descriptions and outcomes, please visit this page.
Our Writers' Retreat provides an opportunity for individuals or small teams to spend focused time on developing, writing, and improving POGIL activities with the mentorship of experienced POGIL author coaches. The 4-day agenda (plus a 2-hour orientation) includes workshop sessions focused on activity authoring, feedback sessions, and ample time for writing and interacting with other authors and author coaches. For more information, contact Jen Perot.
We hope you will join us for the 2023 POGIL NCAPP and inspire us with your ideas, expertise, and experience. Together, we will improve, enhance, and transform education for every student, everywhere.