International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies: Volume 9 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: Perspectives of Professional Development in Special Didactics

Guest Editors: Mona Holmqvist

Lesson study as a vehicle for improving SEND teachers’ teaching skills

Mona Holmqvist

Collaborative professional development for inclusive teaching is a limited area of research, although there is an extensive need for special educational needs and…

Enhancing teachers' relational competence: a teacher lesson study

Linda Plantin Ewe

The purpose of this paper is to contribute with innovative knowledge about how lesson study as a method can be used as a tool for increasing in-service teachers'…

Teachers' capacity to create inclusive learning environments

Emma Leifler

The purpose of this paper is to explore effects of an intervention designed for teachers' learning. This study investigates the effectiveness of a three-session…

Lesson study for students with intellectual disability

Kamilla Klefbeck

This study aim was to analyze how lesson study can enhance learning for students with intellectual disability, and how teachers' collaboration affects the design and…

Initializing phase of lesson study: communication a special didactic tool in mathematics

Helena Sjunnesson

This study examined participating teachers' expressions about teaching and learning when implementing lesson study (LS) about communication as a special didactic tool in…

Merging lesson study and response to intervention

Camilla Nilvius

This article theoretically analyzes how response to intervention (RTI) can be used as a tool in lesson study (LS) to enhance student learning and how RTI can be made more…

Lesson Study as a bridge between two learning contexts

Birgitta Lundbäck, Helen Egerhag

Lesson Study is a model for advancing knowledge about how teachers can enhance teaching through collaboration in schools. This study aims to focus on two learning…

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