Learn How to Construct a Jigsaw Activity With PearDeck, Flipgrid and Jamboard
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|Audience:||Library media specialists, Teachers, Coaches|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Participants should have a G Suite account, get the PearDeck add on for Google Slides, and create Flipgrid account.|
|Topic:||Instructional design & delivery|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
Teaching, Learning and Assessments
Attendees will be able to craft a virtual jigsaw lesson using many virtual instructional technology tools such as PearDeck, Padlet, and Flipgrid.
This 30 minute presentation will provide an example of a jigsaw method instructional strategy. It begins with an overview and outline of lesson, then attendees will be assigned roles within the jigsaw, they will read a short article on their devices, they will be give a code to join a breakout room (expert group), they will collaboratively and collectively create information on a Padlet, return to their homegroups, and complete a FlipGrid summary of the lesson.
I recently earned my doctoral degree in Educational Technology Leadership with a concentration in technology integration and am currently an administrator for the Mount Olive Township School District in New Jersey. The current pandemic thrusted virtual instruction, distance learning, and instructional pedagogy to the forefront of education. Together, we need to be consistent in our commitment to lifelong learning if we are to stay nimble enough to meet the needs of all students.
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