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Wednesday November 9th, 2016
The POGIL Project Announces Winner of 2016 SPUR+ Award
Ashley Mahoney and Rob Whitnell earn SPUR+ grant for their proposal "SPIRAL: Strengthening the use of Process, Inquiry, Reflection and Application in the Laboratory."
Thursday October 20th, 2016
Growing Groupwork From Groans To Groovy
How often have you made a group assignment only to hear “I hate working in groups?”
Friday October 14th, 2016
How, when, and where can I go to learn how to be a better POGIL facilitator?
Have you ever considered becoming a workshop facilitator? Would you like to facilitate a workshop at your school or on your campus?
Sunday October 9th, 2016
What advice would you give to new faculty?
I was recently asked to participate in a panel discussion for new faculty. The topic of discussion was “what do you know now that you wish you had known when you started your career.”
Wednesday September 21st, 2016
Thursday September 15th, 2016
We Want YOU: NCAPP in 2017
Get ready for the POGIL Project’s newest event, the National Conference for Advanced POGIL Practitioners or NCAPP.
Wednesday July 27th, 2016
National Conference for Advanced POGIL Practitioners (NCAPP) 2017
Do you ever feel that you are all alone in implementing inquiry learning? Are you looking for support?
Monday July 18th, 2016
2016 ACS Fellows
The American Chemical Society has named the 2016 class of ACS Fellows. Among the 57 scientist who were recognized for outstanding accomplishments in chemistry and their important contributions to the ACS, were Jim Spencer (Franklin & Marshall, retired), Tom Higgins (Harold Washington College) and Ellen Yezierski (Miami University).
Tuesday June 21st, 2016
Sunday June 19th, 2016
Wait, you mean carrots are plants?
This blog post is the first in a series of posts from teachers in the POGIL community who have won teaching awards.
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