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Pitt-Greensburg math professor wins national award for algebra textbook

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg math professor Kayla Heffernan was recently awarded the Early Achievement Award from a nonprofit called the POGIL Project. It is a professional development organization that teaches secondary and college educators how to use the POGIL method of instructing, which stands for process oriented guided inquiry learning. The nonprofit gives this award annually to one secondary and one college educator.
                                University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg math professor Kayla Heffernan was recently awarded the Early Achievement Award from a nonprofit called the POGIL Project. It is a professional development organization that teaches secondary and college educators how to use the POGIL method of instructing, which stands for process oriented guided inquiry learning. The nonprofit gives this award annually to one secondary and one college educator.

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg math professor Kayla Heffernan won a national award for creating a college algebra textbook that uses a teaching method called guided inquiry.


Source: The Tribune-Review

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