Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL)

Organizer: Richard Moog, Department of Chemistry, Franklin & Marshall College, P.O. Box 3003, Lancaster, PA 17604-3003, tel: (717) 291-3804, Email: rick.moog@fandm.edu

This morning session of this symposium included papers on an introduction to POGIL and the POGIL Project by R. S. Moog; POGIL in a general chemistry for engineering majors course: Successes on several fronts by J. R. Pribyl; analysis of student satisfaction and achievement of learning objectives with traditional vs environmentally-relevant POGIL exercises by H. Drossman and M. Titcombe; designing for discourse by R. S. Cole, N. Freeman; revisiting POGIL methodology in the teaching of quantum mechanics by A. Grushow, T. D. Shepherd; and a pchem odyssey by M. D. Perry.

The afternoon session included papers on student-centered learning in the laboratory by F. J. Creegan; interactive guided-inquiry for organic chemistry laboratory recitations by H. G. Schepmann; moving guided inquiry into the general chemistry laboratory using a green theme by W. E. Lynch, D. Nivens, L. Padgett, C. Padgett, T. Hizer, C. MacGowan, J. Smith, and E. Werner; student-centered learning in the laboratory using the Science Writing Heuristic (SWH) approach by T. G. Gupta, K. A. Burke, B. F. Fetterly, D. D. Del Carlo, and T. J. Greenbowe; the Science Writing Heuristic (SWH) approach and its impact on teachers by D. D. Del Carlo, B. F. Fetterly, T. G. Gupta, K. A. Burke, and T. J. Greenbowe; stimulating student interest in using guided-inquiry in the laboratory to learn chemistry by B. F. Fetterly, D. D. Del Carlo, K. A. Burke, T. G. Gupta, and T. J. Greenbowe; and relating the Science Writing Heuristic to scientific research by S. J. Gravelle, M. Fisher.

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