Our implementation guide, written by POGIL practitioners, is available for purchase through Flinn Scientific. It is full of tips and resources to help teachers have a successful experience using the POGIL in their classrooms.
The POGIL Project actively works to support the many secondary and post-secondary instructors across the country who are interested in bringing student-centered, guided inquiry methods into their classrooms.
The POGIL Project supports student-centered learning in all disciplines. Teachers from a variety of backgrounds have published articles focused on their research and experiences actively engaging their students in the classroom. Articles that provide a broad overview of process oriented guided inquiry learning are listed here.
POGIL Learning Communities are an initiative in the POGIL Project to broaden participation, deepen community, and create equitable pathways to leadership opportunities in the POGIL Project. The primary goal is to support a diverse set of new practitioners through their beginning years of implementation to improve retention of underrepresented instructors in the POGIL Project.