Promo for Season 4
Meet the Peach and Impact Award Winners for 2023
This is the time of year when we honor some of our hard working members of the POGIL Project. Join us as we meet the Peach and Impact Award winners for 2023. You can learn more about the awards and the present and past winners by visiting https://www.pogil.org/search?q=peach+award .
Involvement with the POGIL Project
In Episode 10 of Season 3 of the POGIL Podcast, we talk about how practitioners can become part of the POGIL Project. There are many ways that a practitioner can benefit from belonging to this transformative community. Siobhan and Wayne are joined in the discussion by Joyce Easter of Virginia Wesleyan University and Tim Herzog of Weber State University. If you would like to become active with the Project, this episode can help you find your way,
What Do You Do in Your Classroom? Talking With Others About POGIL.
As POGIL practitioners, we don’t work in a vacuum. Colleagues and administrators have an interest in what we are doing in our classrooms. Join our fellow practitioners; Kristy Mardis, Sheila Barbach and Alex Grushow as they discuss their experiences when talking with others about POGIL.
Facilitating Student Metacognition
One of the process skills that is central to POGIL teaching is the ability of students to be aware of their thinking and learning. Are your students practicing metacognition in your classroom? Will your students continue to be metacognitive after they have left your classroom? In episode 8 of season 3 of the POGIL Podcast, Siobhan Julian talks with Mary Twist van Opstal of Harper College and McHenry County College and Marty Perry of University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences about the challenges they have experienced and strategies they have used to help their students develop this important process skill.ReferencesPowerful TeachingELIPSSMake It Stick