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Transcript of "Fifth Grade Lesson Study Cycle Report"
5TH GRADE LESSON STUDY CYCLE:MAIN IDEA AND DETAILS (RC 2.3) Day 1 Facilitators: J. Espinosa & G. Gero Day 2 Facilitator: J. Espinosa January 18th -February 20th, 2013
What Is Lesson Study?Lesson study is a process Japanese teachersengage in to continually improve the qualityof the experiences they provide for theirstudents. Lesson Study From Presentation by G. Gero, Ph D. Candidate at Claremont Graduate University 5
The Steps in Lesson StudyLesson study involves teachers comingtogether to work on three main activities: Identifying a lesson study goal to focus on Conducting a small number of “study lessons” that explore this goal Reflecting about the process (including producing written reports) From Presentation by G. Gero, Ph D. Candidate at Claremont Graduate University 6
Lesson Study: A Cyclical Process II. Observing the Research Lesson in Action I. Collaboratively III. Analyzing Planning the the Research Research Lesson Research Lesson Theme: Long- Term Goals for Students IV. Revising the V. Sharing the Research Lesson Research Lesson From Presentation by G. Gero, Ph D. Candidate at Claremont Graduate University
5th Grade Research ThemeFor students to develop intrinsic motivation forlearning with consciousness about “quality”.