Session S25a (Monday, 9:30am, Thomas 104)

P181: Preliminary analysis of ANAPOGIL materials in the classroom

Wendy Schatzberg (University of Iowa, USA)

POGIL, Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning, is used to encourage student problem solving capabilities, create a student-centered community, and encourage students’ comprehension of abstract scientific concepts. In this study, POGIL activities are being developed and implemented in the analytical chemistry classroom (the ANAPOGIL project). The objective of this broad mixed methods study is to analyze the impact of ANAPOGIL activities on student learning and attitudes at different universities and over several semesters. The focus is on understanding student learning related to targeted course content and process skills, determining students’ learning expectations, and their learning gains perceptions. Qualitative and quantitative data were gathered using interviews, open-ended exam responses, student reviews of activities, as well as American Chemical Society (ACS) Exam, CHEMX, and SALG (Student Assessment of Learning Gains) scores. Statistical analysis of the quantitative results will be presented.


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