The Expertsthen teach eachother what theyknowAnd theresearch puzzlebecomes clear
Jigsaw Instruction are being used in a variety of disciplinesDavid V. PerkinsRenee N. Sarris(2001)A “Jigsaw Classroom”Technique forUndergraduate StatisticsCoursesTeaching of Psychology28.2:111-113.
Kemel Doymus(2008)Teaching ChemicalEqualibrium with theJigsaw TechniqueResearch in ScienceEducation. 38.2: 249-260
Including Library InstructionMichael Lorenzen(2003)Encouraging Communityin Library Instruction: AJigsaw Experiment in aUniversity Library SkillsClassroom.Illinois Libraries (Online)85.1: 5-14
5 Minutes – Introduction / Divide students into four groups: Wilson Select, Proquest, Lexis-Nexis, MD Consult25 Minutes – Fill in worksheet as group to learn databases20 Minutes –Each group selects a spokesperson—spokesperson has five minutes to demonstrate a search using the instructor station.
5 minutes: Introduction: Divide students into three groups. Group 1: Find Books—WorldCat Group 2: Academic Search Premier Group 3: Proquest15 minutes: Fill out worksheets as group to learn database5 minutes: Reorganize groups--Each new group has at least one member Group 1, Group 2, Group 325 minutes: Have each member from new group teach the other members of the group about their database.Follow up: Post three filled out worksheets to class page
Post to CMS / Library WebsiteClass TutorialsWorldCatAcademic Search PremierProquest Research LibraryLibrary Assignment PDFTutorial Review--PDF
Referenceshttp://c4lpt.co.uk/Directory/Tools/authoring.html Chan, P.Y.L. (2007). Jigsaw technique in international fashion retailing. International Journal of Learning 13.11: 121-125 Clark, R.C. & Mayer, R.E. (2003). e-Learning and the Science of Instruction. San Francisco: Pfeiffer. Perkins, D.V. & Sarris, R.N. (2001). A “jigsaw classroom” technique for undergraduate statistics courses. Teaching of Psychology 28.2:111-113. Doymus, K. (2008). Teaching chemical equalibrium with the jigsaw Technique. Research in Science Education. 38.2: 249-260 Lorenzen, M. (2003). Encouraging community in library instruction: A jigsaw experiment in a university library skills classroom. Illinois Libraries (Online) 85.1: 5-14 Mayer, R.E. (2001) Multimedia learning. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.Robert MongeInstructionWestern Oregon UniversityE-mail firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.wou.edu/~monger