Penny Workman (University of Wisconsin – Marathon County, USA)
While POGIL has been established as a powerful learning tool in a variety of chemistry courses, available materials for courses designed for allied health majors are limited. While the available resources present a marked advantage in making POGIL activities available for these allied health courses, the emphases of GOB courses vary greatly among academic institutions. Institutions that require more in-depth coverage of one or more of the GOB subject areas may require additional materials. The author has developed a number of activities designed to allow the use of POGIL in introductory biochemistry courses that require more in-depth treatment of subject matter. The development and implementation of these materials will be discussed.