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Inhaltsangabe: This resource is packed with details to ignite and sustain the collaborative improvement of teaching and learning. Includes international case studies, powerful metaphors, application exercises, a Leader?s Guide, a companion website, digital templates, and more.
"If you think improving teaching is hard, hard work, this book will confirm that belief. But it also shows, through careful observation and research, how much can be achieved when the work of getting better is done right. A true inspiration for educators who want to improve both their own craft and the methods of the profession." (Jim Stigler and James Hiebert, Authors of The Teaching Gap 2015-11-02)
"Written by two teachers who experienced lesson study while they taught in Japan, this well-written book makes an important contribution to our understanding of lesson study and instructional improvement more broadly. Compelling case studies bring to life the process of collaborative inquiry. Teachers, coaches, school and district administrators will find useful tools to grow and support school-wide inquiry-based improvement." (Catherine Lewis, Distinguished Research Scholar, Mills College Oakland 2015-11-02)
"Teaching Better is a rich, knowledgable, authoritative tour de force. It combines beautifully selected imagery, solidly crafted guiding principles with compelling evidence and personal accounts of practice and improvement. But while imagining and thinking big, the book attends to the detail (as its principles dictate), offering school and system leaders many practical strategies for steering enquiry, quality, cultural change and impact in schools. The passion, authenticity and authority of the authors ring out on every page. This book should ignite the imaginations of policy makers as well as professionals and leaders worldwide." (Peter Dudley, Visiting Professor of Education at Leicester University, Secretary of the World Association of Lesson Studies, Education adviser under three prime ministers, & founder of Lesson Study UK 2015-11-02)
"Through compelling images, metaphors and insights from their research in Japan and the United States, Brad Ermeling and Genevieve Graff-Ermeling vividly remind us that learning to teach well is an ongoing journey for the long haul. This powerful book is a must read for teachers and leaders who embrace the idea of deep and continuous instructional improvement and want to know how to realize it in their schools."(Margaret Heritage, Senior Scientist, WestEd 2015-11-02)
"Teaching Better is a compelling and detailed account of the "talk," interactions, and work products that characterize substantive improvement activities. A significant contribution to the work of improvement science."(Ronald Gallimore, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UCLA 2015-11-02)
"The authors remind us that teaching is a craft, enhanced through collaboration with colleagues, self-reflection and study. The book provides a thoughtful guide, not a silver bullet, to the shared journey between teachers and administrators in ensuring student academic success."(Thelma Meléndez de Santa Ana, Former USDOE Assistant Secretary of Education, former Superintendent; presently Chief Executive Officer of Educational Services, Los Angeles Unified School District 2015-11-02)
"The successful transition to teaching and learning in the digital age is dependent upon close attention to pedagogy and intentional use of time and resources to build cultures of collaboration across our school systems. Teaching Better is a must read for school and district leaders...especially those on the front lines of ?change.?(David Miyashiro, Superintendent, Cajon Valley Union School District 2015-11-02)
"While the research is clear on what makes professional learning effective, few schools are truly engaging in it. Based on their deep firsthand experience of lesson study while teaching in Japan for seven years, Brad and Genevieve Ermeling present a compelling solution to improve teaching: continuous, collaborative inquiry. By providing us with useful examples, tools, strategies, and reflection questions, their book skillfully shows us how to translate the lesson study approach for American schools."(Jenn David-Lang, The Main Idea 2015-11-02)
"Teaching Better clearly and dramatically demonstrates how Lesson Study and systematic collaborative inquiry can serve as powerful tools for engaging educators in the deep and complex work of continually improving teaching."(Laurie Baccus, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Services, Whittier City Schools 2015-11-02)
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