Response to Part III: Challenges and Promises of Unchartered Water—Lesson Study and Institutes of Higher Education
When an educational practice is implemented in a location away from its origin, there are usually modifications required. The previous chapters in this part are examples of how Japanese lesson study was modified at three sites in the United States. In particular, they illustrate the use of lesson study as a research tool and lesson study in Higher Education.
Watanabe, T. (2011). Response to part III: Challenges and promises of unchartered water--lesson study and institutes of higher education. In: L. C. Hart et al. (eds.), Lesson Study Research and Practice in Mathematics, pp. 175-178. Springer Science.