Category Archives: lesson-study

Using video in teacher education

Rosella Santagata and Jody Guarino have written an interesting article about Using video to teach future teachers to learn from teaching. The article was recently published online in ZDM. Rosella, the main author of the article, used to work at LessonLab … Continue reading

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Exemplary mathematics instruction in Japanese classrooms

Yoshinori Shimizu has written an article that I think will be of great interest to many: Characterizing exemplary mathematics instruction in Japanese classrooms from the learner’s perspective. For more than a decade, researchers have had a focus on teaching practice … Continue reading

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Teachers’ reflective thinking skills

Amanda Jansen and Sandy M. Spitzer have written an article entitled Prospective middle school mathematics teachers’ reflective thinking skills: descriptions of their students’ thinking and interpretations of their teaching. The article was published online in Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education … Continue reading

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Exploring Japanese teachers’ conception of mathematics lesson structure

Yoshinori Shimizu has written an article called Exploring Japanese teachers’ conception of mathematics lesson structure: similarities and differences between pre-service and in-service teachers’ lesson plans. The article was published online in ZDM on Saturday, and it will be one of … Continue reading

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