Teacher professional learning through lesson study: teachers’ reflections
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AbstractThis study examines the experiences of five teachers working in two English secondary school subject departments after being given the opportunity to engage with Lesson Study (LS) to increase student performance in their subject areas. This study aimed to reveal the drivers for the teachers’ engagement in LS, and how this experience of Joint Professional Development (JPD) might be contributing to their learning as teachers. This study application of a model of learning for analysis of teacher reflections on collaborative learning experiences. Understanding individual teacher reflections on LS experiences, are underrepresented in the literature in particular studies providing insights into conditions conducive and constraining to JPD.
CitationFox, A. & Poultney, V. (2020). 'Teacher professional learning through lesson study: teachers' reflections'. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, pp. 1-33.
JournalInternational Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies
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