Advice From K-12 and University-based Lesson Study Practitioners





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Uploaded on Jul 26, 2011

This is a panel led by Catherine Lewis, including Elizabeth Baker, Ruth Cossey, Brigitte Lahme, David Foster, Jackie Hurd, Stan Pesick, Marlene Wilson, Tracy Sola, Jane Decker, and Erik Moll. The speakers will share thoughts about what is needed to build toward Sybilla Beckmann's vision of one community of mathematics teachers, and how lesson study can contribute.
During the first half of the session, panelists will discuss the following questions:
• How is lesson study similar to and different from other forms of professional learning you have experienced?
• What have you learned about mathematics and its teaching/learning through lesson study? How did your learning of mathematics occur--what were the supports and catalysts for it?
• What advice do you have for mathematicians and mathematics educators who may be interested in initiating or participating in lesson study work?
• What tools and resources are useful for mathematics lesson study--both generic tools for lesson study and specific types of mathematical resources. What kinds of mathematical resources tend not to be useful?
• How should teachers' mistakes be handled?
The second half of the session will be devoted to Q & A with the audience.

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