Adapting the Jigsaw Method for Remote Learning in Introductory Psychology
Monica Thieu, Caroline Marvin (Psychology) and John C. Foo (CTL)
In a small pilot introductory psychology course taught online in spring 2021, we created jigsaw-style modules organized around real-world applications of psychological research in which students applied results from empirical papers to address current issues and integrated their findings into group projects. We found that students successfully applied empirical results to inform approaches to public policy.
To read more about our work, please refer to our article recently published in the Journal of College Science Teaching: https://www.nsta.org/journal-college-science-teaching/journal-college-science-teaching-januaryfebruary-2022/addressing
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