Together, putting the pieces together

The jigsaw approach, a cooperative learning technique developed by Elliot Aronson, is said to promote better learning, improve student motivation, and increase enjoyment of the learning experience.The "official web site of the jigsaw classroom" provides tips on implementation and links
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The jigsaw approach, a cooperative learning technique developed by Elliot Aronson, is said to promote better learning, improve student motivation, and increase enjoyment of the learning experience.The "official web site of the jigsaw classroom" provides tips on implementation and links to the relationship between cooperative learning and school violence prevention.

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