The effect of POGIL on academic performance and academic confidence

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Title: The effect of POGIL on academic performance and academic confidence
Author: De Gale, Stefan; Boisselle, Laila N.
Abstract: POGIL (Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning) is a collaborative learning technique that employs guided inquiry within a cyclic system of exploration, concept invention, and application. This action research explores students’ academic performance on a unit of organic chemistry work taught using POGIL, in addition to the effect of POGIL on their academic confidence. The academic performance was measured using a summative assessment at the end of the study, while academic confidence was measured using a pre- and post-test questionnaire. A qualitative comparison to the previous term’s academic scores suggested a varied academic performance, while tests of significance indicated an improved level of academic confidence among the students involved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/40042
Date: 2015


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