Using 'Jigsaw II' in teacher education programmes

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Abstract

Most in-service teachers find curriculum modules difficult to understand when they are studying for a part-time degree in education. In teaching in-service teachers about curriculum, the author first encountered difficulty in catering for their different needs arising from their diversified backgrounds. The condition gradually improved when cooperative learning was used as the main teaching strategy. In this paper, the author attempts to share his experience of using Jigsaw II to teach in-service teachers. The successful implementation of Jigsaw II is discussed, including skilful handling of participants’ requests, clearing their misunderstanding of the concept of Jigsaw II, and allowing time for the participants to appreciate the beauty of Jigsaw II. Copyright © 2004 Hong Kong Teachers' Centre.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)91-97
JournalHong Kong Teachers' Centre Journal
Volume3
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Citation

Chan, K.-W. (2004). Using 'Jigsaw II' in teacher education programmes. Hong Kong Teachers' Centre Journal, 3, 91-97.

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