School Reform Through Lesson Study for Learning Community

School Reform Through Lesson Study for Learning Community : Asian Experiences

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Lesson Study for Learning Community (LSLC) represents an approach of lesson study that emerged in Japan in the 1990's which has been studied intensively by educators and researchers worldwide to develop professional learning communities for teachers to improve student learning. The model, which involves all subject teachers of the same grade level observing a lesson together, provides a possible solution to unified school reform policies regardless of subject department - a practice that is as yet, not commonly researched in Asian countries outside of Japan. The book's theoretical foundation reviews existing literature on LSLC in the Japanese contexts of educational theories and practices. The chapters discuss patterns of learning practices and challenges of conducting LSLC in various Asian countries like Japan, China, Korea, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Recommendations for research and practices involving LSLC are also proposed with a key focus on the impact of lesson study on school reform policies.show more

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  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 156 x 234mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 10 black & white illustrations, 10 black & white tables
  • 1138915289
  • 9781138915282

About Eisuke Saito

Eisuke Saito is Assistant Professor in the department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. Masatsugu Murase is an educational consultant with the Azabu Institute of Education. Prior to that, he was a lecturer and associate professor at Shinshu University, Japan. Atsushi Tsukui is a researcher at the International Development Center of Japan. He has also worked in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and the Philippines.show more

Table of contents

Part 1: Theory of LSLC 1. History and Theory of Learning Communities 2. A Temporary Currency or a Necessity of History? The Drastic Spread of School Reform toward Learning Communities in Asian Countries Part 2: Practice of LSLC 3. School-wide Lesson Study Across Subject Areas: Creating School-Based Professional Learning Communities 4. Practice in China 5. School reform practices through building learning communities in Korea: Toward restructuring the image of learning 6. Harbingers of Lesson Study for Learning Communities in Indonesia 7. What Makes Teachers 'Act' in the Classroom: An Ethno-metodological Case Study on International Project for Reforming Teacher Training in Vietnam 8. Comparison between Indonesia and Vietnamshow more