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Lesson Study and Teacher Education

Lesson Study and Teacher Education

Pedagogy and Professional learning

Lesson Study and Teacher Education: A Partnership Approach, June 2024

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Lesson Study and Teacher Education
A Partnership Approach

Could Lesson Study be the answer to teacher professional development that is both effective and sustainable? Lesson study is renowned for enabling contextualised, meaningful and effective professional development practices by supporting the development of teachers’ knowledge and expertise as well as the building of strong and supportive professional communities of practice which result in teacher professional growth and wellbeing. While at its origin Lesson Study focused predominantly on teacher development in relation to students’ subjects learning in the classroom, more recently the principles of Lesson Study have started permeating the professional development spaces of teacher educators.

During this one-day conference, we will hear from colleagues who engage with Lesson Study across different levels of their Teacher Education programmes and school partnerships. These include: Lesson Study as part of the PGCE programme, Lesson Study as a whole-school professional development, Lesson Study as a collaborative professional development in Higher Education (working across partnership).

Our impressive list of speakers, presenters and discussants on the day includes international experts in the field of Lesson Study: Prof Tomoko Tamura (Osaka University, Japan); Prof Pete Dudley (University of Cambridge); Prof Geoff Wake (University of Nottingham); Sarah Seleznyov (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam and Big Education, UK).

NOTE: Please note that all food provided on the day will be Vegan/Vegetarian. 

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Registration Fee£70.00[Read More]

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