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EARCOME 6

  1. 1. AN OVERVIEW OF Lesson Study www.singaporelessonstudy.blogspot.comDr Yeap Ban Har yeapbanhar@gmail.comMarshall Cavendish Institute, Singapore
  2. 2. Lesson Study Photo: Attached Junior High School University of Tsukuba, JapanStudy of a lesson as weplan it, execute it andreview it
  3. 3. Lesson StudyIn Singapore, lesson study is oneprofessional learning tool.Professional Learning Communities
  4. 4. Photo: Northlight School, SingaporePLC Big Idea 1Focus on learning rather thanProfessionalteaching Learning Communities
  5. 5. Photo: Fuchun Primary School, SingaporePLC Big Idea 2Work collaborativelyProfessional Learning Communities
  6. 6. Photo: Attached Junior High School University of Tsukuba, JapanPLC Big Idea 3Focus on ResultsProfessional Learning Communities
  7. 7. First Big Idea in PLC Focus on Learning Rather Than TeachingSecond Big Idea in PLCWorkCollaboratively Third Big Idea in PLC Focus on Results
  8. 8. Identify Professional Learning Goal Plan LessonLesson Plan Research Lesson Revision Post-Lesson Discussion
  9. 9. Identify ProfessionalLearning Goal • School’s Goals • Subject’s Goals • Ideal Students’ Outcomes • Actual Students’ Outcomes • Identify the Gaps • Identify Professional Learning Goal to Close the Gaps
  10. 10. School’s VisionSubject’s GoalsIdeal Students’ Actual Students’ GapCharacteristics CharacteristicsProfessional Learning Goal
  11. 11. Professional Learning Goal Example: To cultivate confidence among students in the learning of mathematics broad but specific
  12. 12. Professional Learning Goal Example: To develop mathematical understanding using natural, everyday language broad but specific
  13. 13. Plan Lesson • Study the Unit • Study Curriculum Materials including Textbooks • Identify Anchor Task(s) • Anticipate Students’ Responses • Plan Teacher’s Action
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  18. 18. Learning Outcome(s) Task & Anticipated Teacher’s Notes Key Questions Students’ Action Responses
  19. 19. Research Lesson • Observe Students’ Responses • Detailed • Significant Mathematical Activity • Related to Professional Goal
  20. 20. Photo: Hamanogo Elementary School, Japan
  21. 21. Post-LessonResearch Lesson Discussion • Observe Students’ Responses • Interpret the Observations • Raise Questions Based on Observations One Interesting Thing My Interpretation of One Question I Have I Saw During the What I Saw Related to This Lesson Observation
  22. 22. Lesson Plan Revision • What if …? • We teach this lesson again. • We teach this lesson to struggling students. • We teach this lesson using more technology. • We teach this lesson …
  23. 23. • Maintain a Group File • Take turns to write meeting notes • Lesson Plan Drafts • Individual ReflectionsLesson Study Data • Individual Observation Notes: Summary • Student Data related to Professional Learning Goal
  24. 24. • Maintain a Group File • Take turns to write meeting notes • Lesson Plan Drafts • Individual ReflectionsLesson Study Data • Individual Observation Notes Summary • Student Data related to Professional Learning Goal One Thing I Learnt Today and What Was The Source
  25. 25. • Maintain a Group File • Take turns to write meeting notes • Lesson Plan Drafts • Individual ReflectionsLesson Study Data • Individual Observation Notes: Summary • Student Data related to Professional Learning GoalOne Interesting Thing I My Interpretation of One Question I HaveSaw During the Lesson What I Saw Related to This Observation
  26. 26. • Maintain a Group File • Take turns to write meeting notes • Lesson Plan Drafts • Individual ReflectionsLesson Study Data • Individual Observation Notes: Summary • Student Data related to Professional Learning Goal
  27. 27. Type of Student Engagement Stimulus • Maintain a Group File • Take turns to write meeting notes • Lesson Plan Drafts • Individual ReflectionsLesson Study Data • Individual Observation Notes: Summary • Student Data related to Professional Learning Average Score Average Score Goal of Novel of Novel Application Application Questions in Questions inCommon Test 1 Common Test 2
  28. 28. Open Lesson in Khon Kaen, Thailand
  29. 29. Open Lesson in Las Vegas, USA
  30. 30. school-based lesson studyBina Bangsa School, Jakarta, Indonesia PCF Kindergarten Jalan Besar, Singapore
  31. 31. Edgewood Elementary School, New York, USA teachers studying learning in action lesson studythe essence teachers discussing learning collaboratively Scarsdale Teachers Institute, New York, USA
  32. 32. CriticalSuccess • Learning teams comprising ofFactors teachers who are sincere about wanting to learn the complex process of learning • One or more team members is able to synthesize discussion to bring the team from data level to information and knowledge that can be used in everyday teaching • Setting and using research theme to guide all that we do in lesson study. banhar.yeap@pathlight.org.sg

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