1. POGIL meets British Columbia
We will immerse ourselves in a collaborative inquiry learning environment as we explore how process oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) can support the BC Core competencies
2. On a role: Developing and using roles in collaborative learning environments
We will dig into two research studies to discover how deliberate design and use of role cards can positively impact learning for students who are English language learners, have learning disabilities, or are on the autism spectrum.
3. Discovering biological relationships
We will engage in two POGIL activities to develop basic mastery of phylogenetic trees and the use of physical characteristics and genetic information to develop multiple lines of evolutionary reasoning.
3 sessions; each 75 minutes long
Questions: Mare Sullivan, Seattle Pacific University School of Education (firstname.lastname@example.org)