Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  1. What inquiry is and how it differs from traditional laboratory activities
  2. What the teacher and student are responsible for doing in each level of inquiry
  3. .What a POGIL is and how it differs from the a laboratory inquiry activity


  1. The benefits of using inquiry over traditional lab activities
  2. The type of lesson/lab activity that each type of inquiry is best suited for
  3. How a POGIL lesson is structured and the types of lessons that are best suited for POGILs

and Be Able To

  1. Tier a lesson in to the 3 levels of inquiry
  2. Create a structured, guided, and open-ended inquiry lab activity for their content area
  3. Use a diagram and/or data from their course content to create a POGIL lesson

and much, much more!

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