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connection with the other students, connecting only with each other causingthem to lash out and inflict harm to those who were mean. (pg. 334 & 335)Question 3:Dr. Elliott Aronson contends that simple strategies for classroom organization andinteraction can change the general school atmosphere.Dr. Aronson clearly states in Nobody Left to Hate
that he believes the Columbine massacre could have been prevented, had the jigsaw classroom beeninstituted, at Columbine High School.Using the social psychological concept, power of the situationdiscussed earlier in this class, to explain why Dr. Aronson believes this.Explain your answer thoroughly.(1 pt.)TYPE YOUR ANSWERS HERE.Base your answers on textbook and video information.Donot answer using your personal opinions.3) Dr. Aronson believes the jigsaw classroom would have changed how otherstudents related to Harris and Klebold. The jigsaw classroom would allow forstudents to work with each other, getting to know each other on differentlevels. Rather than Harris and Klebold gradually drifting towards evil, thejigsaw classroom may have helped change everyone’s attitudes and thebehaviors that lead to the evil act may have never occurred. (pg. 164)
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