Jigsaw: Embodied knowing, Intuition, Mindfulness & Indigenous ways of knowing
Step 1: Get into groups of 4 (same colours)
Step 2: On your own, read the text assigned to your group (5 minutes)
- Yellow = Here and here: Embodied knowledge.
- Blue = Intuition and estimation (read pages 111-113 in Ways of Knowing Chapter [download here] in Knowledge to Action document)
- Green = Mindfulness (read La méditation comme outil pédagogique and skim read La méditation de pleine conscience au secours des enseignants stressés)
- White: Indigenous ways of knowing (read from p.108, starting at the quote “Today, Indigenous peoples around the world…” to end of page 109 in Ways of Knowing chapter. Download here)
Step 3: As a small group, discuss your topic and summarize key points so you can give a high-level overview to others (in step 5). (3-4 minutes)
Step 4: (15 minutes for parts 1 and 2)
Part 1: Generate 1-3 practical ways to implement this concept in your teaching. The activity may be something you would do, on your own as a teacher, or something you may engage your students in doing. This will become a resource for your peers, so please provide details. (10 minutes)
Part 2: Complete the relevant template for your group (make a copy [File–>Make a copy].
Use the following templates to make a copy for your group:
**Each group to send me the link to your document in an email. Use the following header: “EDST 403 Class 2, Activity” (send to isabeau(.)iqbal(at)ubc.ca)
STOP HERE please. Let me know when your group gets to this stage. Thank you.
Step 5: Get into multi-coloured groups. Share the key points about your topic and 1 activity for implementing this approach in your teaching. (10 minutes)