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What can online lesson study offer?: Findings from an Australian-Japanese collaboration

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posted on 2023-08-09, 01:44 authored by Susie GrovesSusie Groves, T Fujii, Wanty WidjajaWanty Widjaja, K Hino, N Matsuda, F Ames
This chapter aims to show the potential of international online lesson study to deconstruct both mathematics classroom practice and the process of lesson study itself, thus deepening our knowledge of both our own and the ‘other’s’ practices. The chapter is based on an analysis of the second of two online, interactive, lesson studies conducted as Zoom webinars as part of an Australian-Japanese collaboration. The webinars were based on archival video from a Japanese and an Australian research lesson, with participants expected to engage with rich resources in advance. Evidence shows that having time to repeatedly access the video and other materials enabled the participants to analyse the children’s work and the classroom discourse more deeply than is usually possible, provoking questions about the curriculum, the tasks we use, and what we believe to be good lessons and why.

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Chapter number

4

Pagination

51-67

ISBN-13

9781032260303

Edition

1st

Language

English

Extent

16

Editor/Contributor(s)

Huang R, Helgevold N, Lang J, Jiang H

Publisher

Routledge

Place of publication

London, Eng.

Title of book

Teacher Professional Learning through Lesson Study in Virtual and Hybrid Environments: Opportunities, Challenges, and Future Directions

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