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Implementing a 21st century competency-based curriculum through lesson study, teacher learning about cross-curricular and online pedagogy, edited by Eric C.K. Cheng and Bruce Lander

Summary
Drawing from a comprehensive collection of university-funded teaching development projects, this edited volume explores the theories and practices behind developing pedagogies through Lesson Study for a 21st-century curriculum
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- List of contributors -- WALS series foreword -- References -- Preface -- Part I: Unlocking the power of Lesson Study: Synergising observation and assessment literacy for 21st-century education -- Chapter 1: Crafting future pedagogies through Lesson Study -- Introduction -- A competency-based 21st-century curriculum -- Impacts of Industry 4.0 on education -- Teacher development under Industry 4.0 and the 21st-century curriculum -- Lesson Study as an effective approach for Teacher Learning -- Conducting Lesson Study for 21st century and Industry 4.0 -- Lesson observation -- Assessment practices -- Lesson Study for nurturing students with 21st-century skills -- Values education for positive value -- STEM education for creativity -- Language education for reading comprehension -- Mathematics education for problem-solving -- Lesson Study for developing AI-enhanced pedagogies -- Information communication technology education for self-regulated learning -- Technology-enhanced pedagogy for pre-service teachers -- AI-supported pedagogies for undergraduate study -- Lesson Study for crafting K-12 AI education curriculum -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 2: Theoretical and methodological issues of lesson observation as a tool for research and teacher evaluation -- Introduction -- Theoretical and methodological characteristics of research approaches -- Lesson Study -- Teacher evaluation -- Classroom observation research -- Teacher effectiveness -- A critical comparison of research approaches -- Limitations of research approaches -- Stability and consistency of teaching effects -- Generalisability of findings across contexts -- High-inference generic classroom observation instruments -- CLASS
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Edition
First edition.
Physical Description
1 online resource (257 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781040001684

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