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Norma Ming Dec 8
Replying to @caragerber
This is one reason why I urge practitioners to look not just at students' actions (a "safe" practice encouraged by & ), but also the teachers' actions. Otherwise we conflate student inputs w/ tchr contributions when inferring tchr effectiveness.
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Gabriel Matney Dec 8
T's never cease to amaze me. Comment made in reflection of a recent mathematics Lesson Study: -- "Children are way more talented than they think they are. It's incredible to see them think outside the box."
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Norma Ming Dec 8
(4/n) ...which undermines practitioners' trust of research and decreases the likelihood of opening up future classrooms to further observation & study. & inquiry structures like are powerful for linking observation with teachers' critical reflection.
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Ryan Dent Dec 7
Well get ready for more of those because absolutely does transform teaching when done well. 95% of our teachers choose to do another year because they get more out of it than anything else.
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Ryan Dent Dec 7
Here is a recently completed template. Before teaching, we articulate our hypotheses that we are intentionally building in to the lesson and testing out. That's the focus of the post-lesson discussion and drives what we work on between cycles.
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Ryan Dent Dec 7
I’ve been ridiculously blessed to have been able to facilitate 61 cycles in the last 2 1/2 years and they just keep getting better and better.
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Heidi Fessenden Dec 7
I got this text today from a coach I work with, after the 2nd teaching of our 1st lesson. 😊
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Geoff Wake 🇪🇺 Dec 6
If you would like to learn more about Japanese Lesson Study there is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the immersion programme next June (2019). Full details at
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STEF EDWARDS Dec 8
Thanks for a thought-provoking network meeting this morning Looking forward to January in Liverpool and March
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Akihiko Takahashi Dec 5
After observing the research lesson the participants engaged in a small group discussion to share their observation and summarize in a poster. Then the facilitators lead the whole group discussion. This is a new protocol of
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Darren Murphy Dec 5
A fantastic meeting of two groups for from & St. Brogan’s Col. Some great ideas from some fantastic . Looking forward to meeting 2. Thanks again to for the location forour meeting
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Akihiko Takahashi Dec 5
provides final comment to summarize the learning from the research lessons at the Sanchez Elementary School as a part of the conference day 1
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Meghan Smith Dec 5
Expert final commentary from “the teacher’s job is to bring student thinking to the surface.”
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JP Mynott Dec 8
Replying to @CharteredColl
Another great session. Thank you to everyone that came along and gave such great thoughts and contributions. Excited that our next session will be taking the network nationally.
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Tom McDougal Dec 7
"Lesson Study is a vehicle for equity." --Zaretta Hammond at San Francisco Lesson Study Conference. Thank you!
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Akihiko Takahashi Dec 5
After the conference Day 1 our Chicago team still talking about the research lessons and workshops! we are eager to see another research lesson!
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Yesenia Uribe Dec 3
Give it up for teaching an awesome 5th grade math lesson this morning👏🏼👏🏼! Students engaged in math discourse and were presented with a math task on decimals.
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Philip Dec 4
Shared agreements amongst the staff for
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Meghan Smith Dec 6
SF conference Day 2: observing a research lesson. 734 divided by 5
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Jedidiah Nov 29
Replying to @MathButler
This connects with me. In the spirit of my recently developed passion for , and more generally structures where teachers are learners, I want to keep finding ways to grow others professionally. Push others to keep on learning. Push myself to keep learning.
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