The purpose of this blog post is to describe what I learned in Jigsaw University 104. This section was where everything came together to create a lesson. I used a four pane Jigsaw Synchronous Classroom with the following setup. The top left pane was used to display a picture of myself that is intended to create a connection with the person reviewing the recording or in attendance. The top right pane was used to display the presentation on Digital Security. This pane can be enlarged to make the viewing of the presentation easier. The bottom left pane was used to place a survey question regarding what digital security is and the importance of it. The bottom right pane I used to display a picture illustrating digital security.
After putting together a test run, I realized that I could utilize the whiteboard to make the lesson more iterative. The difficulty with test runs is that you don't have any students in the classroom and there are time restraints in place.
Overall this has been a great lesson that has allowed me to explore the tools that are necessary to be successful in creating a lesson in Jigsaw. I am grateful for the experience and know that I will be able to continue to grow with this lesson as a foundation. Please see the link below.
My name is Kris Martinez and I blog about learning public safety.