Wednesday, December 6, 2017

World Association of Lesson Studies (WALS) International Conference 2017

NISMED staff as well as teachers from partner schools presented papers at the World Association of Lesson Studies (WALS) International Conference 2017 held at Nagoya University, Japan on 24-17 November 2017. The conference, with the theme Building Research and Practice through Lesson Study, aimed to bring together practitioners and researchers around the world to share knowledge, experience, and insights of Lesson Study as a form of practice-based research. The abstracts of the papers presented at the said conference can be read in the attachments below.

Adapting Mathematical Discourse in Instruction Framework for Planning and Analyzing Research Lessons 

Ronald C. Lucasia, Rizal High School 
Priscilla M Tuazon, Rizal High School 
Erlina R. Ronda, UP NISMED

Adapting Lesson Study and Teaching Mathematics through ProblemSolving: Tensions, Dilemmas, Opportunities 

Mineria A. Se, Sta. Lucia High School 
Julie Reyes, Sta. Lucia High School 
Erlina Ronda, UP NISMED

Examining the Activity of 'Knowledgeable Other' in Lesson Study as a Hermeneutic Effort
May Chavez, UP NISMED
Erlina Ronda, UP NISMED

Lesson Adaptation in Five Countries

Ivy Mejia, UP NISMED

Lesson Study: A Framework for Developing Lessons That IntegrateScience and Mathematics 

Eligio C. ObilleJr, UP NISMED 
Soledad A. Ulep, UP NISMED

Teaching mathematics through problem solving vis-a-vis primary teachers perception ofgood mathematics teaching 

Dana M Ong , Edna G Callanta , Erlina R Ronda, UP NISMED
Yumiko Ono, Naruto University of Education 

University education experts and in-service elementary school science teacherscollaboration for professional development through lesson study 

Sally Baricaua Gutierez,, Seoul National University and UP NISMED
Arlene P. delaCruzUP NISMED



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