2MEMBERS: HAJI ADEE SUHARDE HAJI MUHIDIN [11M8092] HAJAH MASDIENA HAJI MUMIN [11M8152]HAJAH SITI RADIYAH HAJI IBRAHIM [11M8189]SARANA HAJI IDRIS [11M8153]SHERMAN TAN KA LIANG [11M8132]ZUNAINAH OMAR [11M8130]
3~ARTICLES~Lesson Study in Asia Pacific Classrooms : Local Responses to a Global MovementBy Allan Leslie White & Chap Sam LimUsing Lesson Study to Develop An Appreciation of and Competence in Task DesignBy Joanne LiebermanA Child Study / Lesson Study : Developing Minds to Understand and Teach ChildrenBy Joan V.Mast And Herbert P. GinsburgImproving the Quality of Secondary Mathematics Teaching Through Lesson Study in Yogyakarta, IndonesiaBy Sukirman
4~ARTICLES~PPL Model With Lesson Study Based : An Effort in Increasing Future Arabic Teacher ProfessionalismsBy Dr. Maman Abdurahman, M. Ag and ColleaguesA Deeper Look at Lesson StudyBy Catherine Lewis, Rebecca Perry and Jacqueline HurdMathematics Teachers’ Perception of Lesson Study as a Continuous Professional Development ProgrammeBy Hj Ade Shahren Hj Suhaili and Dr. Madihah Khalid
5MAIN KEYWORDS Lesson Study Improve Student Learning Cycle / Process Teacher Professional LearningImprove Student LearningCollaborative Effort
6OUR INTERPRETATIONA series of cycles / processes which involves a collaborative effort within a group of teachers to improve teachers’ professional teaching and students’ learning.
7OTHER RESEARCHERS’ DEFINITION Lesson study provides a process whereby teachers could develop their professional learning and skills to improve classroom teaching and the learning outcomes of the students.(Isoda, 2007)Lesson study refers to a process in which teachers progressively strive to improve their teaching methods by working with other teachers to examine and critique one another’s teaching techniques.(Baba, 2007)Lesson study has its origins in Japan where it has been used as the primary means of professional development for teachers(Pierce & Stacey, 2011)
12STAGE 3 SHARING OF RESULTS HOW?? MAGAZINES FOR TEACHERS REPORTS BY BOARD OF EXAMINATIONMEETINGS HELD BY ACADEMIC SOCIETIESBUILD A BANK OF VALUABLE RESOURCESENRICH TEACHING AND LEARNINGSHARED BY TEACHERS
13METHODOLOGY ARTICLE 1 Surveys Observations Interviews ARTICLE 2 Observations (Video)Data collected from previous yearsARTICLE 3Video and audio tapingQuestionnairesBriefings
15ANALYSIS OF DATA ANALYSIS Searching for Patterns Categorized into ThemesGrading Through Assessment(Article 7 Only)SPSS
16STRENGTHS Teachers’ Perspective Improves collaboration and communicationImproves professional teachingDesign meaningful and effective tasksImproves knowledge growthStudents’ PerspectivesImprove learning spiritActive participation amongst studentsPromotes student-centered learningPromotes higher order thinking
17WEAKNESSES Time Consuming Challenging to Implement Frustrating Place-SettingResources (Funds, Facilities)
18CONCLUSION Teachers MUST BE committed Planning MUST BE taken with CARE Can be implemented in Brunei Darussalam but…Teachers MUST BE committedPlanning MUST BE taken with CAREDO NOT EXPECT IMMEDIATE RESULTS!!