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Akihiko Takahashi Jun 27
A new article about the role of Japanese experienced educator's work as a knowledgeable other, Koshi, who supports conducting schools' and maximize its impact. This open-access article is a must-read for those supporting schools and teachers.
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Alejandra Worozaken,Ed.D. Nov 22
Incredible day with 3rd graders who were engaged with NGSS SEP, Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information.
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Akihiko Takahashi Jun 3
Chicago leaders and I will have our popular summer institute online this year. The good news is that you and your colleagues can join this intensive team-building institute for , and from anywhere around the world.
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Mrs. DAmbrosio Mar 6
It is our job, as educators, to continue to grow along side our students.
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Akihiko Takahashi Apr 30
For those who teach math methods courses online, there are lesson videos, including lesson plans, from our available. Visit following Mills college website and enjoy teaching math through problem solving.
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Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin May 20
Such a pleasure to interview John. I’ve a long list of reads to get through now over the summer on values & principals as the foundation for curricula and building teacher capacity to resist the dominant objectives/behavioural model of education!
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Mike Chaix Jan 24
CSD Teachers & Principals are awesome! Thank you 7th & 8th grade math teachers for allowing the principals to join your lesson study and learn with you! It was an amazing day! Passionate conversations from students who were totally engaged w/expressions & equations!
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Gabriel Matney Jul 7
Are you a mathematics or science teacher educator interested in Lesson Study in the context of preservice teacher learning and professionalism? Check out the call for applications to join others who are building shared knowledge in this area.
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PDST Primary STEM Mar 11
We're all set to welcome primary teachers who engaged in with us this year to tomorrow's Lesson Study Shared Learning Day at & hear about their exciting action research!
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PDST Primary STEM Mar 10
We are very excited to welcome teachers from 22 primary schools across Ireland to join us this Thursday in for our Lesson Study Shared Learning Day. To learn more about & see some of the posters from last year, see
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Dr. Sharon Dotger Nov 21
I don’t read much Japanese, but I love this board. It’s clear, precise, and uses color purposefully.
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Fawn Nguyen Jan 29
Our very first lesson. What a powerful structure of collaborative planning and teaching and then providing feedback through focused lens of math content and equity.
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Sarah Seleznyov Dec 5
Teachers can really change their practice through participation in whereas a standard professional development experience rarely changes practice says ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sarah Seleznyov Dec 5
⁩ tells teachers about the importance of seeking multiple solutions to the same problem and exploring other’s solutions to the same problem
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Caitlin Ni Bhroin Mar 12
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Geneviève DeBose, NBCT Jan 23
Nothing but love for my partner-in-crime who came in for the same room, same process, different teachers side-by-side facilitation save! Love how you never fail to support our team.
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Patrick Whitlow Mar 12
And they say we don't collaborate 😁 Great to have today from to speak to us about the benefits of A truly inspiring keynote from a lady who has her finger very much on the pulse of what teachers need and want.
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Sui Lin Goei @ Home May 6
It is a great opportunity to meet likeminded researchers and share and discuss your write ups! Facilitated by and Shirly Tan! If you are a Phd student or early career researcher, please join👍🏽💪🏼
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Aisling Leavy Mar 9
After 6 wks of prep, Day 1 of Lesson study with 5-6 year olds. The Engineering Design process and building a sturdy home for bees 🐝. Remarkable insights from children and the great excitement when testing structures
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Alan Eathorne Mar 14
Which is why work on evaluation is such a useful tool. Your point falls into level 1 IMO.
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