Due to high demand, we are adding an additional entry route into our Teacher Enquiry Course Leading Collaborative Research, with a professional accrediation that has been co-developed with Sheffield Hallam University. Leading Collaborative Research will run throughout the academic year over three face to face workshops, and a series of inter-sessional activities. TThis programme is designed for those schools that have already embedded collaborative enquiry processes and have a particular interest in furthering research-based practice by exploring Japanese Lesson Study in greater detail. Participants will create a portfolio across the year that captures their experience of implementing or adapting a Lesson Study strategy within their school, to be considered for the final award of 'TDT Advanced Lesson Study Practitioner.' These portfolios will be jointly assessed and moderated by the Teacher Development Trust and Sheffield Hallam University.
This is a professional accreditation for a practitioner status, and does not include Masters credit.
The additional Day One will be held on Friday 13th January, at the Teacher Development Trust's London office.
Participants will then join their colleagues for the remaining days of the course:
Thursday, 16th March 2017 from 9:30 to 15:30 (GMT)
Thursday 15th June 2017 from 9:30 to 15:30 (GMT)
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
Ticket cost includes all three workshops.