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LESSONSTUDYOR, HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYINGWHEN COLLABORATING WITH FACULTY ONINSTRUCTIONLILAC 2012          JILL MARKGRA...
WHAT IS LESSONSTUDY?SimpleDefinition:Collaboratingwith fellowteachers toplan, observe,and reflect onlessons.(Lewis, 2002)
THE LESSON STUDYPROCESS
WHO WE ARE
THE PROBLEM:FRESHMEN ENGLISH
THE EXPECTATIONStudents who take the classwill be able to search for,evaluate, and understand theimplications of theinform...
THE SOLUTION?LessonStudy
LESSON STUDY @UW-EAU CLAIRE   ENGLISH FACULTY             LIBRARY FACULTY   • Shevaun Watson            •   Jill Markgraf ...
INITIAL GOALS
FOCUSED GOALS
PREPARING FOR THESESSIONPREREQUISITEKNOWLEDGE•Before the lesson students must:    •   Understand types of        sources o...
SESSION SPECS
COMPONENTS OFINITIAL SESSION
ASSESSMENT OFLESSON STUDY
INITIAL FINDINGS
THE LESSON STUDYPROCESS
COMPONENTS OFREVISED SESSION
ASSESSMENT OFLESSON STUDY
REVISED FINDINGS
BENEFITS OF OURLESSON STUDY
QUESTIONS?  Thank you for attending!          Eric Jennings    Email: jenninge@uwec.edu     Phone: 001 715 836 4076       ...
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Markgraf Jennings & Kishel - Lesson study: or, how we learned to stop lecturing and let the students learn

  1. 1. LESSONSTUDYOR, HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYINGWHEN COLLABORATING WITH FACULTY ONINSTRUCTIONLILAC 2012 JILL MARKGRAFGLASGOW, SCOTLAND ERIC JENNINGSAPRIL 12, 2012 HANS KISHEL
  2. 2. WHAT IS LESSONSTUDY?SimpleDefinition:Collaboratingwith fellowteachers toplan, observe,and reflect onlessons.(Lewis, 2002)
  3. 3. THE LESSON STUDYPROCESS
  4. 4. WHO WE ARE
  5. 5. THE PROBLEM:FRESHMEN ENGLISH
  6. 6. THE EXPECTATIONStudents who take the classwill be able to search for,evaluate, and understand theimplications of theinformation that they findand use them effectively. ORInformation literacy
  7. 7. THE SOLUTION?LessonStudy
  8. 8. LESSON STUDY @UW-EAU CLAIRE ENGLISH FACULTY LIBRARY FACULTY • Shevaun Watson • Jill Markgraf • Head of Research & • Assistant Professor Instruction Department of English & • Eric Jennings Composition • Instruction & Outreach Director Librarian • Cathy Rex • Hans Kishel • Assistant Professor • Research & Instruction Librarian for the of English Sciences • Kate Hinnant • Janice Bogstad • Head of Technical • Associate Lecturer Services Department of English
  9. 9. INITIAL GOALS
  10. 10. FOCUSED GOALS
  11. 11. PREPARING FOR THESESSIONPREREQUISITEKNOWLEDGE•Before the lesson students must: • Understand types of sources of information • Have selected a topic • Have done some background research on their selected topic
  12. 12. SESSION SPECS
  13. 13. COMPONENTS OFINITIAL SESSION
  14. 14. ASSESSMENT OFLESSON STUDY
  15. 15. INITIAL FINDINGS
  16. 16. THE LESSON STUDYPROCESS
  17. 17. COMPONENTS OFREVISED SESSION
  18. 18. ASSESSMENT OFLESSON STUDY
  19. 19. REVISED FINDINGS
  20. 20. BENEFITS OF OURLESSON STUDY
  21. 21. QUESTIONS? Thank you for attending! Eric Jennings Email: jenninge@uwec.edu Phone: 001 715 836 4076 Skype: ericjjennings

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