CHEDMonday, March 26, 2007

8:30 AM-11:35 AM McCormick Place North -- Room N231, Level 2, Oral
Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL)
Assessing POGIL Implementations
Organizer:Alexsa Silva
Organizer, Presiding:Richard S. Moog
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMWhy do students remain first time learners in a general chemistry course?
Ram S. Lamba
8:55 AMImpact of the Science Writing Heuristic on subsequent laboratory courses
John C Kuruc
9:15 AMUsing POGIL and Odyssey to encourage student visualization in chemistry
Renee S. Cole, Kimberly J Linenberger, Ellen M. Matson, Britta L Zernicke
9:35 AMIntermission
9:45 AMDeveloping a plan to evaluate student achievement in POGIL general chemistry
Diane M. Bunce
10:05 AMImmediate feedback multiple choice testing format in large lecture POGIL classrooms
Jamie L. Schneider
10:25 AMDoes small group work change students' attitudes and confidence?
Ashley B. Mahoney
10:45 AMIntermission
10:55 AMPOGIL in college prep chem: A systematic approach to POGIL lesson implementation
John Picione, Kristen Murphy, Thomas A. Holme
11:15 AMPanel Discussion

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The 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007