International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies: Volume 10 Issue 2

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Table of contents - Special Issue: Digital technologies, online learning, and lesson and learning study

Guest Editors: RongjinHuang, NinaHelgevold, JeanLang

Digital technologies, online learning and lesson study

Rongjin Huang, Nina Helgevold, Jean Lang

Finding ways in which technology can be used to modify, strengthen, scale up and sustain lesson study (LS) is an emerging field of research. It has become even more…

Teachers' learning in extraordinary times: shifting to a digitally facilitated approach to lesson study

James Calleja, Patrick Camilleri

The research reported in this paper brings forth the experiences of three teachers working in different schools. These teachers learned about lesson study through a course…

Digital tools to support teacher professional development in lesson studies: a systematic literature review

Stefan Hrastinski

Lesson study is one of the most adopted models of teacher professional development. However, as education has become increasingly digital, this study aims to investigate…

Enhancing teachers' noticing around mathematics teaching practices through video-based lesson study with peer coaching

Jennifer Suh, Melissa A. Gallagher, Laurie Capen, Sara Birkhead

The purpose of this study is to examine what teachers notice in their own enactment of eight high leverage practices as well as the patterns of interactions between the…

Planning a research lesson online: pre-service teachers' documentation work

Omar Hernández-Rodríguez, Gloriana González, Wanda Villafañe-Cepeda

The authors developed a lesson study innovation for bridging pre-service teachers' experiences in an early methods course and clinical experiences focusing on the…

Digital tools to promote remote lesson study

Joanna C. Weaver, Gabriel Matney, Allison M. Goedde, Jeremy R. Nadler, Nancy Patterson

The authors propose that a digital instructional delivery format of lesson study (LS) may have the potential to amplify particular aspects of traditional, face-to-face LS.

Teachers' learning through an online lesson study: an analysis from the expansive learning perspective

Xingfeng Huang, Mun Yee Lai, Rongjin Huang

This study aimed to explore how a group of Chinese primary mathematics teachers learned through conducting an online cross-cultural lesson study between China and Australia.

Online lesson study: virtual teaming in a new normal

Sui Lin Goei, Wouter R. van Joolingen, Floortje Goettsch, Anne Khaled, Tom Coenen, Sjors G.J.G. In ’t Veld, Siebrich de Vries, Tijmen M. Schipper

The purpose of this study is to explore how lesson study (LS) can be transitioned to an online mode, with the purpose to derive recommendations for performing online LS…

Designing and delivering an online lesson study unit in mathematics to pre-service primary teachers: opportunities and challenges

Wanty Widjaja, Susie Groves, Zara Ersozlu

The purpose of this paper is to describe the design and delivery of a lesson study unit in mathematics to pre-service primary teachers and to identify the opportunities…

Cover of International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies

ISSN:

2046-8253

Online date, start – end:

2012

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Keith Wood