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Books and Articles

Bauer, Christopher F., Renee S. Cole, and Mark F. Walter, 2007. Assessment of Student Learning: Guidance for Instructors, in Nuts and Bolts of Chemical Education Research (ACS Symposium Series), Diane M. Bunce and Renee S. Cole, Eds. American Chemical Society: Washington, DC.

Bean, J.C., 2001. Engaging Ideas: the Professor's Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA.

Bransford, J.D., A.L. Brown, and R.R. Cocking, Eds., 2000. How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience and School. National Academies Press, Washington, DC.

Farrell, John J., Richard S. Moog, and James. N. Spencer, 1999. A Guided Inquiry Chemistry Course. Journal of Chemical Education, v. 76, pp. 570-574.

Hanson, David M. and Troy Wolfskill, 2001. LUCID: A New Model for Computer-Assisted Learning. Journal of Chemical Education v. 78, pp. 1417-1424.

Hanson, David M. and Troy Wolfskill, 2000. Process Workshops - A New Model for Instruction. Journal of Chemical Education, v. 77, pp. 120-129.

Johnson, D.W., R.T. Johnson, and K.A. Smith, 1991. Active learning: Cooperation in the college classroom. Interaction Book Company, Edina, MN.

Johnstone, A. H., 1997. Chemistry Teaching – Science or Alchemy? Journal of Chemical Education, v. 74, pp. 262-268.

Lewis, Scott E. and Jennifer E. Lewis, 2005. Departing from Lectures: An Evaluation of a Peer-Led Guided Inquiry Alternative. Journal of Chemical Education v. 82, p. 135.

Libby, R. Daniel, 1995. Piaget and Organic Chemistry: Teaching Introductory Organic Chemistry Through Learning Cycles, Journal of Chemical Education v. 72, pp. 626-31.

Minderhout, Vicky and Jennifer Loertscher, 2007. Lecture-free Biochemistry: A Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Approach, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education v. 35, n. 3, pp. 172-180.

Moog, Richard S., Frank J. Creegan, David M. Hanson, James N. Spencer, and Andrei R. Straumanis, 2006. Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning: POGIL and the POGIL Project, Metropolitan Universities Journal, v. 17, pp. 41-51.

Moog, Richard S. and James N. Spencer, Eds., 2008. POGIL: Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning. ACS Symposium Series 994; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC.

Pienta, N.J., M.M. Cooper, T.J. Greenbowe, Eds., 2005. Chemists' Guide to Effective Teaching. Pearson Education, Inc.: Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Schroeder, Jacob D. and Thomas J. Greenbowe, 2008. Implementing POGIL in the Lecture and the Science Writing Heuristic in the Laboratory – Student Perceptions and Performance in Undergraduate Organic Chemistry. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, v. 9.

Spencer, James N., 1999. New Directions in Teaching Chemistry: A Philosophical and Pedagogical Basis. Journal of Chemical Education, v. 76, pp. 566-569.

Spencer, James N. and Richard S. Moog, 2008. The Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning Approach to Teaching Physical Chemistry. In Advances in Teaching Physical Chemistry. ACS symposium Series 973. Mark D. Ellison and Tracy A. Schoolcraft, Eds; American Chemical Society: Washington, D.C., pp. 268-279.

Online Resources

Bauer, Christopher F., Renee S. Cole, and Karen Anderson. Initial Screening Rubric Guide, Version 6. POGIL Website.

Bauer, Christopher F., Renee S. Cole, and Mark H. Walter. POGIL Assessment Guides. POGIL Website.

Bunce, Diane, Jennifer Lewis, and Rick Moog. Criteria for Guided Inquiry Labs. POGIL Website.

Bunce, Diane, Jennifer Lewis, and Rick Moog. Introduction to POGIL and the POGIL Project. POGIL Website.

Bunce, Diane, Jennifer Lewis, and Rick Moog. Effectiveness of POGIL. POGIL Website.

Hanson, David M. Assessment Not Evaluation is the Key to Learning. PKAL.

Hanson, David M. and Daniel K. Apple. Process – The Missing Element. PKAL.

Hanson, David M. Instructor's Guide to Process-Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning. POGIL Website.

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