International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies: Volume 3 Issue 2


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Does Lesson Study work? : A systematic review on the effects of Lesson Study and Learning Study on teachers and students

Wai Ming Cheung, Wing Yee Wong

There has been rapid proliferation of Lesson Studies and Learning Studies over the world. Do they really help teachers’ professional development and student learning? The…

How do pupils use ICT devices to support and enhance their learning?

James Reeve

The purpose of this small-scale study is to investigate ways in which pupils at the target school use tools such a mobile phones and tablets to enhance their learning. The…

Hybrid lesson study: extending lesson study on-line

Susan D. Nickerson, Michael Fredenberg, Bridget Kinsella Druken

Lesson study in the USA provides a space for teachers to discuss classroom teaching with a goal of improving student learning. In general, US teachers’ professional lives…

Learning to learn from teaching: a first-hand account of lesson study in Japan

Bradley A. Ermeling, Genevieve Graff-Ermeling

Over the last 15 years, Japanese lesson study has attracted growing interest as an alternative to conventional teacher professional development. Despite its popularity and…

Using lesson study to assess pupils’ learning difficulties

Brahm Norwich, Pete Dudley, Annamari Ylonen

The purpose of this paper is to make the case for the novel use of lesson study (LS) for assessment purposes, in addition to its typical use to develop teaching and for…

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