This workshop will introduce participants to process-oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) in entrepreneurship, and model a POGIL activity. In POGIL, teams of 3-5 learners work on scripted inquiry activities and investigations designed to help them construct their own knowledge, often by modeling the original processes of discovery. Teams follow processes with specific roles, steps, and reports that encourage individual responsibility and meta-cognition. POGIL has been developed and validated over the last fifteen years; multiple studies have generally found that POGIL significantly improves student performance. Thus, POGIL provides valuable opportunities to help prepare students for E-Teams by learning both content and process skills.
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