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POGIL eLearning Events

Check the calendar for more information on all of these 2021-2022 events.

eSeries and Webinar Events

All eSeries begin at 7 PM Eastern time



Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 7-8:15 PM Eastern

eSeries:  Learning Objectives in POGIL Classrooms

Joyce Easter (Virginia Wesleyan University) and Susan Richardson (The POGIL Project) 

Facilitators Joyce Easter (Virginia Wesleyan University) and Susan Richardson (The POGIL Project) will guide participant teams as they consider the central importance of learning objectives in POGIL classrooms. In this virtual session, participants will work together to: 

  • Identify key characteristics of quality learning objectives.

  • Strategize the use of quality learning objectives in communicating expectations, creating appropriate assessments, and selecting instructional activities.

Thursday, November 17, 2022, 7-8:15 PM Eastern

eSeries:  POGIL in the Laboratory - Changing Cookbook to Inquiry

Brandon Fetterly (University of Wisconsin - Platteville), Sally Hunnicutt (Virginia Commonwealth University), and Tim Herzog (Weber State University)

Facilitators will guide participants through the process of converting a cookbook lab to one that has greater inquiry.


Monday, December 12, 2022, 7-8:15 PM Eastern

eSeries: Developing Robust Models for POGIL Activities

FREE!  Our holiday gift to you!
Laura Trout (Lancaster Country Day School) and Michael Garoutte (Missouri Southern State University) 

In this session, facilitators will discuss the characteristics of a Robust Model, and work through several examples of making a not-so- robust model into something that can be used in a POGIL activity.