Multidisciplinary Pogil - A Faculty Learning Community

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CONFERENCE: SoTL Commons Conference

SoTL Commons Conference

Publication Year:
2011
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https://works.bepress.com/alison_rushing/4, https://works.bepress.com/trent_maurer/152, https://works.bepress.com/joanne_chopak-foss/43, https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/sotlcommons/SoTL/2011/51, https://works.bepress.com/rose_gee/3
Author(s):
Frost, Laura, Parham, Abbie Gail, Maurer, Trent W., Chopak-Foss, Joanne, Gee, Rose Mary, Rushing, Alison, Hale, Dena, Mullen, Linda, Johnson, Cathie, Slater, Don
Tags:
Guided inquiry, Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning, POGIL, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, SoTL, Marketing education, Accounting education, Foreign language education, Health education, Construction management, Child and family development, Curriculum and Instruction, Education, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research, Educational Methods, Higher Education, Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
lecture / presentation description
The objective of this session is to discuss among multiple disciplines the use of a learning approach called Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning (POGIL) originally developed by chemistry educators. The panel will be comprised of faculty in the disciplines of marketing, accounting, foreign languages, nursing, health education, construction management, and child & family development who have adapted this approach to their discipline. The session begins with an overview of the POGIL approach. Each of the panelists will then provide a discipline specific example adapting the approach and demonstrate how the approach has affected student learning. This will be followed by a work session where audience members will be encouraged to think about a topic in their class that they might deliver via guided inquiry in the classroom. Audience members will be able to better frame in class activities in a guided inquiry format at the conclusion of this session.

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