This workshop will introduce teachers to Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) and will explore the benefits of this approach to active learning in the classroom. Participants will experience a POGIL-based learning environment, analyze activities, understand how guided inquiry is structured in a POGIL classroom, and consider classroom facilitation and other issues related to the implementation of POGIL.
Facilitators: Colleen Conway, Cheryl Bailey
An informal opportunity to share your experiences, ask questions, try out new activities, and network with other POGIL practitioners.
BONUS! 3-9 STEM clock hours available through Seattle Pacific University $15 per Summit.
Upcoming summits - January 11, 2020 and March 28, 2020.
Anyone interested in process oriented guided inquiry learning is welcome. Bring your peers!
Please RSVP to Mare Sulllivan at email@example.com or 425-821-6884 so we can provide adequate light breakfast and beverages. BYO coffee - there are two Starbucks located within six blocks. Use Google maps, not GPS.
Facilitators: Clif Kussmaul, Shannon Wachowski
One-day introductory workshop for middle school through college STEM instructors.
Immerse yourself in collaborative learning to explore connections between POGIL strategies and the NGSS. Experience the roles, teamwork, and process skills that engage students and improve content mastery and retention. Appropriate for middle school, high school, and college/university science instructors, Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) is a research-based instructional strategy that seeks to simultaneously incorporate the Performance Expectations, SEPs, and CCCs of the NGSS. These student-centered learning strategies support all students, from ELL and SPEC through gifted, as they create their own understanding of fundamental STEM concepts as they work through carefully designed guided inquiry activities.
Fee for short course $55 early registration; $60 on site
Register at https://s6.goeshow.com/nsta/area/2019seattle/registration_form.cfm
Facilitators: Mare Sullivan, Seattle Pacific University School of Education; Ryan Palmer, Lake Washington HS; Lori Stanton, Canyon Park Middle School.
Questions? Contact Mare Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org