Purpose-The integration of Lesson and Learning Study within initial teacher education programmes is still evolving and subject to many constraints (Parks, 2008). The purpose of this paper is to introduce the special issue which intends to stimulate and facilitate continued growth and interest in fostering models of Lesson and Learning Study within initial teacher education programmes. Design/methodology/approach-The guest editors present each of the papers and introduce key themes and concepts. Findings-The collection of papers shows the richness and value of embracing Lesson and Learning Study within initial teacher education programmes; whilst being mindful of the challenges and constraints inherent in the nature of national policy towards the training of teachers. Originality/value-The collection of papers contribute to existing literature exploring the effectiveness and impact of Lesson and Learning Study within initial teacher education. Copyright © 2016 Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
|Journal||International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
CitationLamb, P., & Ko, P. Y. (2016). Case studies of lesson and learning study in initial teacher education programmes. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, 5(2), 78-83.
- Collaborative inquiry
- Preservice teachers
- Lesson and Learning Study
- Reflection and reflexion