Pogil - Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning

  • Overview

    • Title
      2013 South Central Regional 3-day workshop
    • Type
      Workshop
    • When
      Tue 07/23/13 12:00 PM –
      Thu 07/25/13 3:15 PM
    • Description
      The POGIL 3-day regional workshop provides instructors from both high schools and colleges/universities with all levels of POGIL experience significant opportunities to enhance their professional development by gaining new insights into teaching and learning. There will be a sequence of workshop sessions specifically designed for those who are new to POGIL (introductory track), and also sessions for those with previous POGIL experience (intermediate and advanced tracks), including new components for 2013. POGIL philosophy and methodology, facilitation techniques, opportunities to write and review activities, along with poster and plenary sessions will be offered.

      While the workshop's focus is on the STEM disciplines, attendees are encouraged from all disciplines.

      Workshop fee is $295 (registration, materials, lunches/dinners). On-campus housing for two nights is provided for an additional $100 and includes two accompanying breakfasts. Space is limited, and early applications are encouraged.

      For an additional fee of $50, participants in the POGIL regional workshops can choose to receive CEUs (Continuing Education Units) through Millersville University. There is an attendance requirement if you choose to pursue CEUs.

      You must apply via the tab to the left in order to be considered for attendance at this meeting. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, with decisions made on a rolling basis, typically within 2 weeks of application.

      Click here to get more details about this workshop http://www.pogil.org/resources/workshop-resources-for-participants/regional-meetings.
  • General

  • Registration

    • Registration Close Date
      2013-07-23
    • Registration Limit
      50
    • Payment Required
      Yes
    • Payment Amount
      $0.00
    • Private
      No
  • Housing

    • Housing Provided
      Yes
    • Building Name
      Nemerov Residence Hall
    • Details

      On campus housing has been reserved for those registrants requiring sleeping accommodations. Participants will be staying in air-conditioned suite- style housing. Each suite will have three private bedrooms with a shared bathroom and common room.

      Each floor has a common area and kitchen with refrigerator, microwave and sink. Each common space has various numbers of couches, chairs and tables. Some have televisions. There are study rooms on each floor in Nemerov.

      Each room will have one extra long twin bed, one dresser, one desk, one chair and a bookcase/nightstand. Each bathroom has a vanity, shower stall and toilet. Most shared bathrooms have two sinks.

      You will be provided with a linen package that consists of two bed sheets, one pillow, one pillowcase, one blanket, two bath towels, two washcloths and two soaps.

      Please note: Housing is provided only to workshop participants and only for the nights of July 23 and 24.

    • Housing Parking Info

      Participants can park in Shepley garage on the residential campus or in any yellow space on the academic campus.

      Parking passes are required and can be purchased at the Campus Book Store located in the Mallinkrodt Center on the Danforth Campus. The cost is $6 per day, per vehicle. During check-in at Nemerov Residence Hall on Tuesday, July 23, you will be able to park in the Shepley garage for purposes of unloading your personal belongings. However, parking passes must be in all vehicles after the check-in time (9:00 AM-12:00PM) to avoid being ticketed. There is also metered parking around campus if this is preferable while unloading your personal belongings.

  • Meeting Room

    • Street Address
      6475 Forsyth, St. Louis, MO
    • Building Name
      Danforth University Center (DUC)
    • Room Number
      Room 276
    • Parking Info

      Participants can park in the Shepley garage on the residential or in any yellow space on the academic campus.

      Parking passes are required and can be purchased at the Campus Book Store located in the Mallinkrodt Center on the Danforth Campus. The cost is $6 per day, per vehicle.