Pogil - Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning

Main POGIL Project:


POGIL received funding from the NSF under grants DUE-0618746, 0618758, and 0618800:

The POGIL Project was awarded roughly $2 million through the NSF CCLI Phase 3 program. POGIL is a nationally tested and proven pedagogical strategy that incorporates recent educational research on how students learn. This innovative approach relies on inquiry based, student-centered classrooms and laboratories that enhance learning skills while insuring content mastery. The practices and materials developed are applicable to large or small classrooms, recitation sections with or without technology, and laboratories. The design of the POGIL project takes advantage of known strategies for creating and sustaining curricular change. Project goals include continued faculty development and dissemination of new materials and practices, further adoption of the inquiry approach, assessment of the effectiveness of POGIL on student learning, and research that will lead to the identification of contributions to student conceptual change.

This award allowed the execution of five goals to position THE POGIL PROJECT as a workable model for sustained improvement of STEM undergraduate education. Click here to find out more about The POGIL Project's mission, vision and values.

This main funding source has also been used to promote POGIL by awarding small grants

Principal Investigators:

Richard S Moog (Franklin & Marshall College)
Jennifer Lewis (University of South Florida)
Diane Bunce (The Catholic University of America)

The POGIL Project



As an umbrella organization, The POGIL Project has brought together like-minded educators who wish to affect change within education. Please take a look at all the wonderful projects that are affiliated with The POGIL Project at the secondary and post-secondary education levels.

This project has been funded by the National Science Foundation under Department of Education Grants:

 

Award Start Date: 10/01/2006
Award Expiration Date: 03/31/2011
Award Title or Description: Collaborative Research: The POGIL Project
Federal Award ID Number: 0618746

 

Award Start Date: 10/01/2006
Award Expiration Date: 09/30/2010
Award Title or Description: Collaborative Research: The POGIL Project
Federal Award ID Number: 0618758

 

Award Start Date: 10/01/2006
Award Expiration Date: 03/31/2010
Award Title or Description: Collaborative Research: The POGIL Project

Faculty Development and Evaluation
Federal Award ID Number: 0618800

 

Award Start Date: 01/01/2003
Award Expiration Date: 12/31/2007
Award Title or Description: Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning
Federal Award ID Number: 0231120