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Fall 2018 POGIL e-Series: Assessing Process Skills

  • 24 Oct 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Zoom online meeting - information to be provided to registrants


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One principle that defines POGIL as a teaching strategy is the explicit emphasis on the development of process skills as a component of the student learning experience.  These skills are often called soft skills, workplace skills, or professional skills, and employers often cite them as critical for an effective workforce. The ability to engage in these processes is crucial for students to succeed in active learning environments.

In this "back by popular demand" session, facilitator Juliette Lantz will discuss "Assessing Process Skills." Lantz, Associate Dean of Curriculum and Professor of Chemistry at Drew University will include discussion and activities on:

  1. How students reveal evidence of process skills during classroom interactions.
  2.  The use of rubrics to assess process skills in student interactions.
  3. The use of rubrics to provide feedback to students on process skills development.  
Registration for this event is limited to 16 people.  Registrants will be sent a Zoom meeting invitation approximately 1 week prior to the session.  Please note that the session begins at 6:30 PM Eastern Time. 

Cancellation Policy:  Registered participants who cancel by October 17, 2018 will receive a refund minus a $5 administrative fee.  No refund will be given for cancellations received after October 17, 2018.
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