Selected Lesson Study Articles
- Characteristics of Japanese Mathematics Lessons. Takahashi, A. Paper presented at APEC International Conference on Innovative Teaching Mathematics through Lesson Study, January 14-20, 2006, Tokyo, Japan.
- Re-Envisioning the One-Room Schoolhouse: A New Look at Lesson Study. Nesbitt, A. (2010). ASCD Express, Vol. 5, No. 25.
- Bibliography on Mathematics Teachers’ On-the-Job Learning (not confined to lesson study)
- A Public Proving Ground for Standards-Based Practice. Lewis, C. (2010, September 15). Education Week, 30, 28-30.
- What is Successful Adaptation of Lesson Study in the U.S.? Perry, R. and Lewis, C. (2009). Journal of Educational Change, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 365-391.
- Learning Across
Boundaries: U.S.-Japan Collaboration in Mathematics, Science and Technology
Education (2006). Lewis, C. & Takahashi, A. (Eds).
This volume includes proceedings from two conferences that brought together
U.S. and Japanese educators in the fields of mathematics, science and
technology education. (10.7mb).
Comes of Age in North America. Lewis, C.,
Perry, R., Hurd, J., & O'Connell, P. (2006). Phi Delta Kappan. December
2006, pp. 273-281. (Please inquire for link to publisher site).
A Lesson is
Like a Swiftly Flowing River. Lewis, C. &
Tsuchida, I. (1998). A Lesson is Like a Swiftly Flowing River: Research
lessons and the improvement of Japanese education. American Educator,
Winter, 14-17 & 50-52.
Change in Japan. Lewis, C., & Tsuchida,
I. (1997). Planned Educational Change in Japan: The shift to student-centered
elementary science. Journal of Educational Policy, 12(5), 313-331.
Fourth-Grade Science: Why do U.S. and Japanese students diverge?
Linn, M., Lewis, C., Tsuchida, I., &
Songer, N. (2000). Educational
Researcher, 29(3), 4-14. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details about accessing