NCTM 2009 EDC Lesson Study

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Starting Lesson Study at Your School:  Latest Resources and Experience from  the Field . Jane Gorman Education Development Center, Inc. EDC  jgorman@edc.org  © 2009 Education Development Center, Inc.  Do not copy or distribute without permission.   This work is supported by the National Science Foundation (ESI-0554527 ).
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EDC Lesson Study Center Lesson Study Communities in Secondary Mathematics  Supported middle and high school teams through two  years of lesson study. and studied benefits.  Research on nature of benefits for teachers. Lesson Study Resource Development Project Lesson Study Course – Introduction for New Teams Guide to Deepening Lesson Study in Mathematics Ongoing Lesson Study Coaching, Implementation Support  for Schools, Research.
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Session Goals Learn about lesson study and its  potential benefits. Learn how teachers developed one  research lesson in algebra. Think about how to start lesson study  in your school. Learn about lesson study resources. 
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What is lesson study? A simple idea… Teachers come together Talk about student learning Develop a lesson Observe and discuss the lesson Improve the lesson  Share what they learned  Make this part of their regular practice Session 1 4
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Focus, Study Set  Goals Focus, Study Set  Goals Teach,  Observe,  Teach,  Observe,  Reflect  and  Record Reflect  and  Record Develop  the Lesson Develop  the Lesson   The Lesson Study Cycle
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Focus, Study Set  Goals Focus, Study Set  Goals Teach,  Observe,  Teach,  Observe,  Reflect  and  Record Reflect  and  Record Develop  the Lesson Develop  the Lesson   The Lesson Study Cycle
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Forming a lesson study team. Teachers start lesson study by forming a  small group of teachers and spending  some time talking about common  teaching challenges and getting to  know each other. 
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“The students’ actual situation right now is  the starting point for your journey and the  students’ ideal qualities are your destination.   Lesson study is the road that links the two.” Yokinobu Okada,  Comments at Greenwich Japanese School Open House, November 13,  2000. Quoted in Lewis, C. (2002).  Lesson Study:   A Handbook  of Teacher-Led  Instructional Change.  Philadelphia, PA: Research for Better  Schools. P.56.  8
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Introduce yourself  and your students What are your students’ current qualities 
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