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The POGIL Podcast

The POGIL Podcast

“The POGIL Podcast” is a new conversation from The POGIL Project that celebrates innovative educators, both in and out of the classroom. You will hear about what inspired them to become teachers, and how the practice of student-centered education transformed their classrooms and improved outcomes for their students. Learn how they’re innovating outside of the classroom as well! Join us as we “think out loud” with POGIL educators, researchers, and others working to transform teaching and learning for the 21st century. POGIL stands for Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning, a student-centered approach that guides students in constructing their own understanding of content and helps them develop important skills such as teamwork, communication, critical thinking, and problem solving. Thanks for joining us and we look forward to bringing you great conversations from The POGIL Podcast!


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Latest Episodes

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 ... more

13 days ago

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 the... more

a month ago

Grading is not an easy part of a teacher’s job. Are you satisfied with how you are grading students’ work and confident that your grades reflect your students’ knowledge? Join us on the POGIL Podcast as Alex Grushow talks with POGIL practitioners who... more

2 months ago

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