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Implementing Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) in Mathematics

Catherine Bénéteau, Zdeňka Guadarrama, Jill Guerra, and Laurie Lenz

July 15-18, 2015

Tampa, Florida

Registration Fee: $325 per person ($400 for registrations received after June 3, 2015)

The goal of the workshop is to introduce faculty to advanced POGIL techniques in the facilitation and authoring of activities. Participants registering for this workshop should have some previous experience with POGIL, either at a local meeting or a previous workshop.  To prepare for the workshop, participants will read a selection of articles, choose a topic for an activity, construct learning goals, and create an initial model. By the end of the workshop, participants will have written an activity for use in their classroom, be able to create additional POGIL activities and run a POGIL classroom effectively.  During fall 2015, participants will create writing communities by sharing their activities and providing feedback to each other, using a POGIL activity repository, as well as have the opportunity to share their results at the 2016 Joint Meetings. They will also become members of the extensive interdisciplinary network of POGIL practitioners.

For additional information, visit the workshop webpage.