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    • Reflecting on Lesson Study Dr. Mary Pat Sjostrom
    • Lesson Study Lesson study originated in Japan, where it was known as jugyokenkyu. In this professional development program, teachers are engaged in Looking at student thinking Thinking deeply about mathematics Examining their teaching
    • Goal Lesson study is much more than a way of planning lessons. The goal is gradual, incremental improvements in teaching over time, a continuous process of educational reform.
    • Lesson Study Cycle Focus, set goals, Develop lesson Teach Lesson Debrief, discuss Reflect
    • Steps in Lesson Study Set goals What qualities do you want students to develop? (e.g., problem-solving ability, confidence) What mathematics will the lesson address? Plan the lesson as a group (in lesson study this can take several months; we’ll have about 3 weeks) Teach the lesson - one teacher, with others observing (we’ll have to use video) Debrief, discuss, and revise the lesson Teach the revised lesson (another class, another teacher) Repeat the cycle Reflect and share the results
    • Teachers’ Interests Did you feel that the goals you chose for your lesson study were important to investigate?
    • Student-focused How did the activities focus your attention on student learning?
    • Research Lesson In your lesson study work, how did you act as a researcher?
    • Reflection How did this process make you a more reflective teacher?
    • Collaboration Were you able to work collaboratively with your lesson study group?