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Growing up Pains: Reflections of Five Chemistry Teachers on the First Two Cycles of Lesson Study

14 Jan

This chapter presents the reflections of five Chemistry teachers in a public high school on their lesson study (LS) experience. Accounts have shown that, at the beginning, there are several challenges encountered by the teachers that made them hesitant to fully participate in the LS. However, as the LS proceeded, collegiality was evident, making the teachers comfortable with the LS. Collegiality led them to collaborate more in the LS processes.

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This increased collaboration provided several  benefits that the teacher themselves have recognized along the way. These benefits concern their  professional growth such as content upgrade, new approach in teaching, better classroom management, accuracy of content in designing lesson plans, sense of fulfilment, and willingness to strive for excellence.

The full text of the study is one of the chapters of the book titled “BOOK 1.  LESSON STUDY: PLANNING TOGETHER, LEARNING TOGETHER” which will be published in print form by UP NISMED this first quarter of 2013.

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3 Comments

Posted by on January 14, 2013 in Science

 

3 responses to “Growing up Pains: Reflections of Five Chemistry Teachers on the First Two Cycles of Lesson Study

  1. michael nazareth

    March 9, 2013 at 9:06 am

    we are all excited to see the fruit of our labor and hope to have a copy of our own of atleast for free or at least at a lower price hahahahahahahaha

     
  2. michael nazareth

    March 9, 2013 at 9:14 am

    CLRD experience is indeed grate! humongous ideas which seemed to be intricate becomes impeccable. I love the experience i hope that DepEd will make it a requirement to all Public schools to adopt the program if they want to further improve students understanding as well as the performance.

     
  3. michael nazareth

    March 9, 2013 at 9:24 am

    CLRD experience is indeed great! humongous ideas which seemed to be intricate for the students becomes impeccable. I love the experience I hope that DepEd will require all public schools to adopt the program if they are serious about quality instructions. This program help us a lot! from teachers way of teaching to students understanding of the science concept. We are grateful that NFHS undergo this program.Kudos to all the staff!

     

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