An Introduction to Japanese Lesson Study: a FREE event
Japanese ‘Lesson Study’ is a form of CPD for teachers that also acts as a small scale research project. It offers a model of teacher led research where teachers work together to target an identified area of need in students. Using evidence, the group works to plan, teach and observe a series of lessons and uses ongoing discussion, reflection and input to track and refine interventions.
Paul Rowlandson visited Tokoyo to see this unique method for teacher development in action in 2016 and has piloted Lesson Study Groups at the lead school within the White Rose Maths Hub, Trinity Academy Halifax. This hour long FREE workshop is a unique opportunity to learn more about this powerful approach and how it may work in your school and will cover:
- What Lesson Study is
- How it works in Tokyo
- How it has worked at Trinity Academy
- Benefits and practical difficulties
- How it could potentially be trialled in your school
- Q&A, networking and planning.
Location and date:
Wednesday 5 July 2017 4pm – 5pm at our training facility at The Maltings College Halifax, HX2 9TJ
Who it is suitable for?
Senior leaders and leaders for mathematics in primary and secondary schools (for example, heads of maths, second in maths, lead teachers, numeracy co-ordinators)
FREE due to funding available under one of our Work Groups. Please note that our free event cancellation policy applies and if you reserve a place and fail to attend without reasonable cancellation notice or reason, we reserve the right to invoice you a £50 charge.
Click here to book now. Please note, that there are 20 places available on this session. Once full, delegates are welcome to join our waiting list and we will allocate any cancelled places in list order.