A lesson study cycle is a professional development process that integrates research and reflection through collaboration. The cycle allows a group to refine a lesson based on these collaboration efforts such as interaction with students and the post-lesson discussion. Secondary pre-service teachers in a mathematics methods course engaged in a lesson study cycle through collaboration between in-service teachers, Georgia College professors, and students in a local high school classroom. We systematically investigated this process to determine that through preparing, enacting and reflecting on their practice, Pre-service Teachers (PST) developed insight, reasoning, and understanding of the mathematics that they taught.
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Abney, Angel R.; Samples, Brandon; and Santarone, Doris
"Engaging in Lesson Study at Georgia College,"
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Georgia Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators: Vol. 9
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/gamte-proceedings/vol9/iss1/2