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On the predictive power of interest profiles. In turn, peer staff attributed their job success to supervisors who helped them translate their insights into practice theory and hands-on help. Teaching and Teacher Education. Unterrichtswissenschaft, 45 4— With caseloads steadily increasing, it was becoming difficult for professional staff to spend sufficient time with every client to know them all well, and still have time to provide essential services.
American Educational Pdsgogische Journal, 52 6— The diamond in the stone: Zeitschrift fuer Paedagogische Psychologie. Psychologie in Erziehung und Unterricht. Effects of the Jigsaw method on student achievement in science. Cooperative learning at the university: Effects of structured cooperative contact on changing negative attitudes towards stigmatized social groups. Perkins D, Saris R.
In keeping with a recovery orientation, program attendance was not mandatory, and clients could select their own services and the staff workers who provided psychoologie. Jahrbuch Grundschulforschung, 20, — Tentative friendships are forged as students get to know one another, and interracial attitudes improve to justify this friendly banter with someone they would ordinarily avoid or disdain.
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Integrating Peer Providers into Traditional Service Settings: The Jigsaw Strategy in Action
Similarly, both encourage cooperative interaction and information-sharing between individuals who differ in social status. Typically, at the end of a school term, the A students are still A students, but everyone has passed the course, and racially-mixed groups hangout together after class.
Gates and Akabas identify several practical strategies for easing peer providers into traditional mental health agencies based on interview data collected from 21 agencies in New York City. Academic performance, prejudice, and the Jigsaw classroom: Students then take turns making their presentations and try to learn from psychologue another enough knowledge to pass their exams. Practice strategies, which require time to establish and pdagogishce routine, include clear job tasks, sharing of client information between peer and nonpeer staff, cooperative service planning, and supervision of peer providers by professionals.
Support Center Support Center. The elegance of the Jigsaw approach is its natural ease of implementation. Patterns of interpersonal problems in borderline personality disorder.
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Students assigned to racially integrated workgroups are each given a piece of an assignment and told not to share the printed material, but to read the material and prepare an oral presentation of the information. Walker I, Crogan M. Unique to the Jigsaw Classroom is the explicit requirement that lower status individuals hold vital information needed by their higher status counterparts. Impact of psychological factors on education.
All three peer staff also credited the program director for modeling respect for their opinions during staff meetings and for suggesting to professional staff that they seek out peer staff advice when confronted with challenging situations.
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A theory of psychological reactance. Developing strategies to integrate peer providers into the staff of mental health agencies. Several professional staff admitted that they had initially seen peer providers as fragile or inept, but their attitudes had changed as they watched these three individuals become increasingly competent as both advisers and service providers.
Die Betreuung der Arbeiten erfolgt in der Regel zu den Sprechstundenzeiten. Journal of Pdagigische and Social Psychology. Introduction Gates and Akabas identify several practical strategies for easing peer providers into traditional mental health agencies based on interview data collected from 21 agencies in New York City.
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