Dr. Allan Barnes, Justice faculty, presented at the recent Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Philadelphia.
He discussed "Justice Student Perceptions of POGIL Techniques." Dr. Barnes presented student feedback on Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) techniques as applied in upper division justice courses. POGIL techniques are part of the increasing movement towards a team-based interactive classroom experience for students. These strategies can improve discussion and retention of material.
The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) is an international association founded in 1963 to
promote criminal justice education, research, and policy analysis.
Members include educators, scholars, and professionals from all sectors
of the criminal justice system, and students.