Park City Mathematics Institute
TLP Summer 2019 Working Group
Lesson Study

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2019: Roster, Schedule, Photos

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Guidelines for 3rd Week

Lesson study, Jugyoo Kenkyuu, is a professional development activity that is at the heart of much of the professional development for teachers in Japan. In this group, participants will select a mathematical goal for a "study lesson," spend an extended period of time collaboratively creating a detailed lesson plan, observe a participant teach the lesson to students, reflect as a group on how the lesson interacted with student learning, and revise and refine the lesson to share with others.

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