Introducing referencing using the Jigsaw cooperative model in tertiary classrooms.

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by Doaa Hamam | 08 Feb 2018
Resource Description: The purpose of this activity is to introduce the APA referencing system.
Audience: Adult, University
Audience Language Proficiency: Advanced
Duration: 110 Minutes
Materials and Technology: Multi-colored paper cards with text or electronic cards.
Objective(s): The focus is on mastering the APA referencing system with all its parts.
Outcome(s): The students will feel very positive after collaborating with their peers and they will master the APA style.
Activity Description: The teacher in this activity acts as a facilitator.  His/her role is to guide the students to work together and collaborate on the given activity and to monitor their progress and step in when needed.
References:

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Bowman-Perrott, L., Mahadevan, L., & Etchells, M. (2016). Assessing the academic, social, and language production outcomes of English language learners engaged in peer tutoring: a systematic review. Education and Treatment of Children, 39(3), 359-388.

Dickerson, C., Jarvis, J., & Stockwell, L. (2016). Staff–student collaboration: student learning from working together to enhance educational practice in higher education. Teaching in Higher Education, 21(3), 249-265.

Hedeen, T. (2003). The reverse jigsaw: A process of cooperative learning and discussion. Teaching Sociology, 31(3), 325-332.

Schul, J. E. (2011). Revisiting an old friend: The practice and promise of cooperative learning for the twenty-first century. The Social Studies, 102(2), 88-93.

Slavin, R. E. (1980). Cooperative learning. Review of educational research, 50(2), 315-342.

Sulisworo, D., Ishafit, I., & Firdausy, K. (2016). The Development of Mobile Learning Application using Jigsaw Technique. iJIM, 10(3), 11-16.

 
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