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Wednesday January 31st, 2018
Social Capital, Social Networks, and... A Chemistry Classroom?
A blog posting by Sally Hunnicutt describing how social capital can accrue in a classroom.
Wednesday June 14th, 2017
What were you doing June 3 – June 6?
Every year, in the first weekend of June, my family asks “why is it so hard to talk to you at the PNM? What are you so busy doing?”
Saturday June 3rd, 2017
The POGIL project recently awarded its first SPUR+ grant.
Sunday April 2nd, 2017
Grading an exam
Let’s talk tests.
Thursday February 23rd, 2017
How Can I Learn How to Incorporate Active Learning in My Teaching?
Short and best answer: Go to a POGIL Summer Regional Meeting
Tuesday January 31st, 2017
Why Use Assigned Roles?
Mare Sullivan, long-time POGIL practitioner and chemistry teacher, shares her experiences with implementing POGIL roles – especially its effects on her students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
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.”
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