Jigsawing is a relatively new concept in the world of teaching (15 years or so it's been used but really gained research-based acceptance in the past decade). How could you see using this concept in your future classroom? What do you feel are necessary components to jigsawing? i.e. Visual vs. no visual, tight concise concepts versus just conversational feedback...share what you feel would make it work better for you or what has/does work so far.
Post by Thursday Feb. 23rd at class time and respond by class next Tuesday, Feb. 28th.