What is POGIL?
About The POGIL Project
Effectiveness of POGIL
What They're Saying
Resources for Educators
Teaching Online During the COVID 19 Crisis
Workshops & Events
About Our Workshops
2021 Virtual Summer Workshops
PAC: Collaborative Feedback Sessions
POGIL eLearning Events
Workshop Facilitator Resources
Congratulations to the POGIL water bottle photo contest winners!
Grand Prize Winner
, of Boulder, CO, a photo of the water bottle on the shores of Lake Michigan.
Sally Hunnicutt of Richmond, VA - At Crypt Lake in Waterton/Glacier International Park. The 11-mile round trip hike to Crypt Lake is considered one of the best hikes in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta.
Malia Turner of Coupeville, WA - On the shore of Salt Pond Park in Eleele, Kauai.
Ryan Ulrich of Lancaster, PA –A classroom in Gresik, East Java, Indonesia. The water bottle keeps me hydrated!
Kristin Plessel of Janesville, WI - Visiting the Cube Houses (Kubuswoningen) in Rotterdam, Netherlands, (a city of amazing and innovative architecture since it was demolished during WWII). These houses made me think of POGIL due to their innovative nature, but also because they were designed with community very much in mind.
Alex Grushow of Lambertville, NJ - Visiting Monticello, home of a great thinker and our third president, Thomas Jefferson.
Clif Kussmaul of Bethlehem, PA - At Osmania University in Hyderabad, India, to lead POGIL workshops and coach activity authors.
Dan King of Media, PA - Great trip to the Grand Canyon. Definitely needed my water bottle in the dry Arizona heat.
Stephanie Erickson of St. Paul, MN –Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Northern MN, view of canoe and campsites.
Kristi Deaver of Huxley, IA - Enjoying lake life on the pontoon at Lake Viking, MO.
Mary van Opstal of Crystal Lake, IL – In the Netherlands, visiting the maritime museum in Rotterdam.
Shawn Simonson of Boise, ID - Diving at the Bunny Hill dive site off of Goat Rock, off Harris Beach in Brookings, OR. Taken at a depth of 30 feet. The fish in the background is a canary rock fish.
Malia Turner of Coupeville, WA –The POGIL water bottle wearing a lei I made with flowers from my Aunty's yard in Kalaheo, Kauai, that was gifted to my 4-year-old cousin for her birthday.