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TDT Practitioner Course: Leading a Lesson Study Programme (London)

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After a highly successful pilot year, the Teacher Development Trust is delighted to be re-launching the professionally recognised teacher enquiry course, Leading a Collaborative Enquiry Programme for 2017-18. The course has been co-developed with Sheffield Hallam University and will grant participants a practitioner status in this area.

'Leading a Collaborative Enquiry Programme' will run throughout the academic year over three day-long workshops. The course is designed for schools or individuals that have already implemented and embedded teacher enquiry processes such as Lesson Study, and that have a particular interest in furthering research-based practice by exploring collaborative models in greater detail.

The provisional dates for the London course are as follows:

Wednesday 1st November 2017 from 9:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

Wednesday 17th January 2018 from 9:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

Wednesday 20th June 2018 from 9:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

Please note that the same course will also be running in Sheffield - to view, please click here.

This programme will support participants by:

  • Exploring the critical differences between Japanese Lesson Study, and other adaptations
  • Providing an overview of the critical aspects of effective Lesson Study; or “Collaborative Lesson Research”
  • Providing a historical overview of how Lesson Study evolved in Japan
  • Examining the international evidence-base for collaborative enquiry models
  • Exploring the different contexts for individual schools in implementing research

Participants will create a portfolio across the year that captures their experience of implementing or adapting a Lesson Study enquiry within their school, for submission of the award of TDT Advanced Lesson Study Practitioner. These portfolios will be jointly assessed and moderated by the Teacher Development Trust and Sheffield Hallam University.

In order to gain the professional recognition of TDT practitioner, participants will need to demonstrate the following professional learning outcomes in their completed portfolio:

  1. critically evaluate a range of professional and research evidence on international models and adaptations of Lesson Study
  2. apply their knowledge and understanding to inform the design, implementation or adaptation of a Lesson Study Strategy (LSS) for their school(s)
  3. gather evidence to evaluate the impact and outcomes of a Lesson Study Strategy and make recommendations to inform the school professional development strategies and policies
  4. consider the challenges and opportunities of leading and sustaining a Lesson Study Strategy in a variety of professional workplace settings

The course is aimed at leaders of Lesson Study within schools, and we would expect participants to have some prior knowledge and experience of leading the Lesson Study process, and a wider sphere of influence in school.

Please note that this does not include any Masters credits.

Ticket cost includes all three workshops. If requesting an invoice for the ticket fee at checkout, please ensure you list the relevant finance contact details, including organisation address. Contact enquiries@tdtrust.org or 02072508276 with any further questions, or tweet us @TeacherDevTrust

Ticket cost includes all three workshops. If requesting an invoice for the ticket fee at checkout, please ensure you list the relevant finance contact details, including organisation address.

Contact enquiries@tdtrust.org or 02072508276 with any further questions, or tweet us @TeacherDevTrust

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