Curricular Materials

Classroom Activities

Secondary and post-secondary levels, including collections of activites and textbooks

The POGIL Project provides Facilitator’s Guides for all our classroom materials. These are only available through our publishing partners Kendall Hunt and Flinn Scientific to verified instructors who purchase materials directly from the publisher.
We cannot provide instructor materials to those who buy books from 3rd party vendors such as Amazon. 
If you have any questions about any of our publications, please contact Marcy Dubroff at marcy.dubroff@pogil.org or Susan Richardson at susan.richardson@pogil.org.
Are you looking for anchoring phenomena to help build your Middle School science units? Click here to view: Using POGIL® Activities to Support Anchoring Phenomena Designed for NGSS Middle School Standards.
POGIL is a registered trademark of The POGIL Project. Use of POGIL to describe materials not endorsed, licensed, or authorized by The POGIL Project is strictly prohibited. 
Anatomy & Physiology
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
General POGIL
High School and Middle School
Math
Computer Science
Psychology
Customizing with Kendall Hunt
POGIL Answer Keys

POGIL Activity Clearinghouse 

The PAC contains student-centered instructional activities at various stages of development centered around the POGIL pedagogy. The purpose of this site is to facilitate the collaboration, peer review, and classroom testing stages associated with creating high-quality materials meeting the standards approved by The POGIL Project.

Before you can access content available through the PAC, you must attend a Collaborative Feedback Training Session. This free, online videoconference is hosted approximately three times a year. Registration for this training session includes login credentials for the PAC.

Truly Awesome POGIL Activity Showcase (TAPAS)

TAPAS is a compilation of exemplary POGIL activities for a wide variety of disciplines.  These activities will be posted on this section of the website and can be used to give future workshop participants and other interested parties examples of how POGIL can be used in the classroom.

The name TAPAS serves as an analogy for the small portions of well-prepared food (or activities) that are served, shared, and encourage conversation.  TAPAS activities demonstrate the breadth of POGIL implementation and provide an additional tool for practitioners to find and share with each other.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Shawn Simonson, TAPAS Curator, at shawnsimonson@boisestate.edu