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Sat 18 Mar 2023 13:00 - 16:00 at Online D - Workshop 414

For our students to develop important skills in critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, etc. it helps when they practice these skills in the classroom while we can watch and give feedback. Research shows that learning increases as classroom techniques progress from passive to active to constructive to interactive modes of learning (Chi & Wylie, 2014). When students interact and construct their own understanding, they learn and retain more. One approach to do this is with Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL).

This hands-on workshop is designed for CS instructors who have never taught with (or even heard of) POGIL. We will experience POGIL practices as we work through POGIL-style activities as students and as teachers, to understand what a POGIL class is like for students and teachers, how POGIL activities are structured, and how POGIL improves student outcomes.

Sat 18 Mar

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13:00 - 16:00
Workshop 414Workshops at Online D
Guiding Students to Discover CS Concepts and Develop Process Skills Using POGIL Online
Olga Glebova Georgia State University, Kendra Walther University of Southern California, Clifton Kussmaul Green Mango Associates, LLC