International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies: Volume 1 Issue 1


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Towards a science of the art of teaching: Using variation theory as a guiding principle of pedagogical design

Mun Ling Lo, Ference Marton

One important contribution of variation theory to learning study is that it brings the focus of the learning study sharply on the object of learning and provides a…

Using Learning Study to improve the teaching and learning of accounting in a school in Brunei Darussalam

Vincent Anak Andrew

This paper reports on how a group of secondary school teachers collaborated in a school‐based professional development called Learning Study to improve accounting…

How crucial incidents analysis support Chinese lesson study

Yudong Yang, Thomas E. Ricks

The purpose of this paper is to describe two kinds of crucial incidents analysis that Chinese teachers employ during traditional Chinese Teaching Research Group (TRG…

Critical conditions for pre‐service teachers' learning through inquiry: The Learning Study approach in Hong Kong

Ko Po Yuk

The purpose of this paper is to report on a “Learning Study” program developed in Hong Kong that attempted to foster the learning of pre‐service teachers through a new…

Developing curriculum and pedagogical resources for teacher learning: A lesson study video case of “Division with Remainder” from Singapore

Yanping Fang, Christine K.E. Lee, Yudong Yang

Teacher education and professional development have long been criticized for failing to induct and engage teachers in discourses of classroom deliberation. Lesson studies…

Lesson Study development in England: from school networks to national policy

Peter Dudley

The purpose of this paper is to describe the development of Lesson Study (LS) in England through a Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) project – from early…

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