Post Conference 2013


WALS Conference 2013 Programme

Keynote Speech | Concurrent Session A | Concurrent Session B | Concurrent Session C | Concurrent Session D
Keynote Speech 1 Lesson Study’s Role in Making a Successful Transition to Implementing New Standards: Examination of the Lesson Study System, Role, and HistoricalPerspective in Japan and the U.S. Makoto Yoshida, Ph.D., William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ, U.S.A >Powerpoint Slides
Keynote Speech 2 Lesson Study as Mediation in Chinese Teachers’ Enactment of Curriculum Reform Xiangming Chen, Peking University, China  
Keynote Speech 3 Lesson and learning studies as a new context for the further development of Stenhouse’s idea of the ‘teacher as researcher’ John Elliott, Emeritus Professor, University of East Anglia, UK; Chief Editor of IJLSS >Powerpoint Slides
Keynote Speech 4 Orchestrating and studying children’s and teachers’ learning: Reflections on developmental research approaches Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson, Professor of Early Childhood, World President of OMEP >Powerpoint Slides
Keynote Speech 5 What is to be learned? Ference Marton, ProfessorEmeritus at the Faculty of Education, University of Gothenburg Ulla Runesson, Professor at the School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University  
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