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PAC - Collaborative Feedback Training

  • 18 May 2023
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Zoom
  • 11


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An email invitation to this event was sent to individuals who have demonstrated an interest in activity writing through attendance at various POGIL events. Please refer to that invitation for the required registration code. If you would like to attend this training but did not receive an invitation, please contact Susan Richardson at susan.richardson@pogil.org.

For an overview of what the Collaborative Feedback Training involves, we highly recommend watching this 8 minute video before registering for the training:  https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/creZ3mVV0hv 

Event Description:

This 90-minute session is a training for those interested in reviewing and authoring activities submitted to the POGIL Activity Clearinghouse (PAC). Collaborative Feedback Training (CFT) provides you, the participant, with an opportunity to engage with the learning cycle and process skills rubrics which are used to build high quality POGIL activities. Before the session, you must complete a review of an example activity using the POGIL rubrics. (This task should take 30 - 60 minutes.) Then, you'll bring your scores to discuss with other participants to calibrate the use of the rubric in subsequent activity reviews. Common issues found in the example activities will be highlighted as well.

Communications about completing the review for this training and the meeting Zoom link will come from the PAC website (http://pac.chem.pitt.edu/index.php/pacand email (pogilpac@gmail.com). Registration confirmation and event reminder emails will come directly from The POGIL Project.

For participants who wish to receive feedback on an activity they are writing, the PAC provides an optional follow-up session called Collaborative Peer Feedback (CPF). Information about CPF meetings can be found on the PAC website. 

This training (CFT) is required for anyone who wishes to be either an author or a reviewer on the PAC.

Registration Deadline:  May 10, 2023

Registration Limit:  36 participants

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