Jigsaw and Debrief (Autopsy)

On Day 3, we did a Jigsaw activity involved 4 excerpts of readings on topics you said you were most interested to explore more.

After that, we debriefed the use of Jigsaw (or since it was so close to Hallow’s Eve, it was a Jigsaw Autopsy….) Here is what you contributed:

New connections between topics (theory and practice too)

Different interpretations of material with some commonalities

It was like a “speed-compare and contrast” session

Do this for yourself, since it relates to what we ask students to do

A mix of ideas and experience, focusing on the practical


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