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    IMPULS 19-30 June, 2017
    APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
    Collaborative Lesson Research
    The IMPULS immersion programme focuses onCollaborative Lesson Study for mathematical problem solving andResearch group (CLR) is conducted in Japan by Japanesean independent group of maths experts.
    The flagship programme is offered by the International Math-teachers Professionalization using Lesson Study (IMPULS) project based at Tokyo Gakugei University and is designed
    educators that aims to train future leaders/championssupport teachers' professional learning through collaborative action research in classrooms. It promotes high quality lesson study around the world. It offerspractices that are situated in a rare opportunityculture where teachers aim to experience authentic Japanese lesson study first hand,become expert practitioners by: - researching their classroom practice - working collaboratively within and across schools with simultaneous translationshared ownership and responsibility - drawing on research knowledge and outside expertise. The group’s fundamental aim is to develop teachers' professional capital as mathematics educators.
    Conference 10th July 2017
    Lesson study: Lost in translation?
    Collaborative Lesson Research Launch Conference
    Lesson study is now popular
    in classrooms. It provides exposure to the world’s leading experts, providing commentary about underlying principles and keyUK. However, many UK models miss out several of the critical features whichof Japanese lesson study; much has made the practice sustained in Japan for over 100 years. Participants have an opportunity to visit an participatebeen lost in translation. The conference is organised by a large numbergroup of British mathematics educators who have worked on lesson studies all with full translation by expert interpreters. The LeMaPs project has workedstudy closely with colleaguesJapanese experts in Japan since 2012 and so far approximately 30 maths educators from the UK have visitedpast five years, with a view to highlighting the team in Tokyo to experiencekey elements of lesson study clsely.
    We know that all the participants from
    essential for the UK so far have found it a pivotal professional learning opportunity. This year we are looking for up to 10 participants who we would expect to take lesson study forwardhelp our teachers become proficient in a significant way on their return.
    There is
    ‘deep teaching.’ The day will provide an estimated cost of £1,500 in Japan including programme fee, hotel costs and some travel and subsistence in Japanexcellent opportunity to be paid to IMPULS in advance. There will be an additional costexperience Collaborative Lesson Research through a series of about £1000 for airfare/airport transfers/subsistence which will be paid directly by participants.
    To apply, complete the two forms:
    {1 international application form 2107.docx}
    {2 IMPULS application supplementary UK 2017.docx} .
    3. Send both completed forms back
    workshops.
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    to geoffrey.wake@nottingham.ac.uk and to Sachi.Hatakenaka@gmail.com by Monday, February 13, 2017.
    Geoff and/or Sachi will be very happy to provide further details if required using
    resources from the above email addresses.day HERE
    Towards a sustainable model for the professional learning of mathematics teachers
    On these pages we share some of the resources that we hope will enable you to get started with lesson study.
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Thursday, February 2

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    The flagship programme is offered by the International Math-teachers Professionalization using Lesson Study (IMPULS) project based at Tokyo Gakugei University and is designed to train future leaders/champions in lesson study around the world. It offers a rare opportunity to experience authentic Japanese lesson study first hand, with simultaneous translation in classrooms. It provides exposure to the world’s leading experts, providing commentary about underlying principles and key features which has made the practice sustained in Japan for over 100 years. Participants have an opportunity to visit an participate in a large number of lesson studies all with full translation by expert interpreters. The LeMaPs project has worked closely with colleagues in Japan since 2012 and so far approximately 30 maths educators from the UK have visited the team in Tokyo to experience lesson study clsely.
    We know that all the participants from the UK so far have found it a pivotal professional learning opportunity. This year we are looking for up to 10 participants who we would expect to take lesson study forward in a significant way on their return.
    There is an estimated cost of £1,500 in Japan including programme fee, hotel costs and some travel and subsistence in Japan to be paid to IMPULS in advance. There will be an additional cost of about £1000 for airfare/airport transfers/subsistence which will be paid directly by participants.
    To apply, complete the two forms:
    {1 international application form 2107.docx}
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Monday, January 30

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    {2 IMPULS application supplementary UK 2017.docx} .
    3. Send both completed forms back to geoffrey.wake@nottingham.ac.uk and to Sachi.Hatakenaka@gmail.com by Monday, February 13, 2017.
    Geoff and/or Sachi will be very happy to provide further details if required using the above email addresses.
    Towards a sustainable model for the professional learning of mathematics teachers
    On these pages we share some of the resources that we hope will enable you to get started with lesson study.
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    We know that all the participants from the UK so far have found it a pivotal professional learning opportunity. This year we are looking for up to 10 participants who we would expect to take lesson study forward in a significant way on their return.
    To apply, complete the two forms:
    1. International{1 international application form 2107.docx}
    {2 IMPULS
    application
    2. UK
    supplementary application.UK 2017.docx} .
    3. Send both completed forms back to geoffrey.wake@nottingham.ac.uk and to Sachi.Hatakenaka@gmail.com by Monday, February 13, 2017.
    Towards a sustainable model for the professional learning of mathematics teachers
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    IMPULS 19-30 June, 2017 APPLICATIONS
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    The IMPULS immersion programme focuses on Lesson Study for mathematical problem solving and is conducted in Japan by Japanese maths experts.
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    an opportunity Weto visit an participate in a large number of lesson studies all with full translation by expert interpreters. The LeMaPs project has worked closely with colleagues in Japan since 2012 and so far approximately 30 maths educators from the UK have visited the team in Tokyo to experience lesson study clsely.
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    learning opportunity. This year we are looking for up to 10 participants who we would expect to take lesson study forward in a significant way on their return.
    To apply, complete the two forms:
    1. International application
    2. UK supplementary application.
    3. Send both completed forms back to geoffrey.wake@nottingham.ac.uk and to Sachi.Hatakenaka@gmail.com by Monday, February 13, 2017.

    Towards a sustainable model for the professional learning of mathematics teachers
    On these pages we share some of the resources that we hope will enable you to get started with lesson study.
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    Towards a sustainable model for the professional learning of mathematics teachers
    On these pages we share some of the resources that we hope will enable you to get started with lesson study.
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Saturday, January 28

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    IMPULS 2017 APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
    the IMPULS immersion programme, a training programme on Lesson Study for mathematical problem solving conducted in Japan by Japanese maths experts.
    The Immersion Programme is a flagship programme offered by the International Math-teachers Professionalization through Lesson Study (IMPULS) project designed to train future leaders/champions in lesson study around the world. It offers a rare opportunity to experience authentic Japanese lesson study first hand, with simultaneous translation in classrooms. It provides exposure to the world’s leading experts, providing commentary about underlying principles and key features which has made the practice sustained in Japan for over 100 years. We know that all the participants from the UK so far have found it a pivotal professional learning opportunity.

    Towards a sustainable model for the professional learning of mathematics teachers
    On these pages we share some of the resources that we hope will enable you to get started with lesson study.
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