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Promoting Mathematics Accessibility through Multiple Representations Jigsaws

Wendy Cleaves 

April 2008, Volume 13, Issue 8, Page 446

Abstract:
How to use the jigsaw grouping technique, a pedagogical approach designed around small group work, as a strategy to promote accessibility to mathematics for more students. Includes two lessons built for jigsaw groups, along with student work examples. A jigsaw can be used to differentiate instruction and facilitate whole class or group mathematical discourse.

Keywords:
Article
Algebraic Patterns
Communication
Grades 6-8
Math Coordinator / Coach
Teacher
Lesson Plans
Problem Solving / Problem Posing
Student Work
Representation