Jigsaw • In education, jigsaw is a teaching method for organizing group work invented by social Born : January 9, 1932 (age 79) psychologist Elliot Residence: United States Aronson in 1971.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jigsaw_%28teaching_technique%29
How it works• Students of an average sized class (26 to 33 students) are divided into competency groups of four to six students,• each of which is given a list of subtopics to research.• Individual members of each group then break off to work with the "experts" from other groups, researching a part of the material being studied,• after which they return to their starting group in the role of instructor for their subcategory.
BenefitsTeacher is not the sole provider of knowledgeEfficient way to learnStudents take ownership in the work and achievementStudents are held accountable among their peersLearning revolves around interaction with peersStudents are active participants in the learning processBuilds interpersonal and interactive skills
Topic: Computer-Based TestingSubtopic:1. Basic knowledge and rules about CBT2. Multimedia Adaptive Computer based Testing: An Overview3. Practical Considerations in Computer-Based Testing4. Computer assisted assessment5. eAssessment: Trends in Content Reuse and Standardization