Exploring Inquiry Learning: An EngageCSEdu Author and a User Discuss POGIL
This is the third of a regular column that EngageCSEdu is doing for ACM InRoads magazine. The goal of the column is that by highlighting aspects of the EngageCSEdu project and its community, we can show how great teaching can help broaden participation in computing. In this article, Clif Kussmaul, a contributor of several POGIL assignments to the EngageCSEdu collection and a lead researcher in POGIL in computer science, and Bo Brinkman, a computer science faculty member who is newly implementing POGIL in his introductory courses, share how they discovered the technique and offer tips for effectively using it in computer science classrooms.
View the ACM InRoads article online.