Learning from Lesson study

Learning from Lesson Study June 12th 16:00 – 17:30

FREE online webinar focussed on analysing a research lesson from a Collaborative Lesson Research cycle.

The Devon maths team works closely with the Collaborative Lesson Research (CLR) UK charity, exploring the use of Japanese style lesson study as professional development. This webinar will provide an opportunity for teachers and leaders to explore a collaborative lesson research cycle, based on a new video-recorded research lesson.

The lesson focuses on the research theme Pupils making their mathematical thinking visible and teachers shaping lessons around the mathematical thinking emerging from the pupils and has a mathematical focus of Understanding of the array as a representation of multiplication.

The lesson video, its accompanying lesson proposal, the mathematical task for the lesson, and children’s solutions will be available online for viewing and examination before the webinar.

The webinar will highlight some of the learning arising from the Y2 lesson study cycle in relation to both the research theme and the mathematics focus, with implications for teaching and learning mathematics across and beyond the primary years. Members of an invited panel, Mike Askew, Stefanie Burke, Jacqueline Mann, Laurie Jacques, and Ruth Trundley, will share and discuss observations and there will be opportunities for comments and questions from participants.

Book a place now: Learning from lesson study | DES (devoneducationservices.co.uk)