The Jigsaw Method

What are the most effective teaching strategies?

Research by John Hattie and Greg Donoghue indicates that it depends on a number of factors, including where students are in the learning cycle and what the purpose of the learning is.

The one teaching strategy that is identified as working for acquiring and consolidating surface and deep learning is the jigsaw method.

Click here to learn more about this method.

And, to learn more about Hattie and Donoghue’s learning model and their ideas around the skill, will and thrill, read How Do You Know When A Teaching Strategy Is Most Effective? John Hattie Has An Idea.

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