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STRUCTURED CONVERSATIONS ABOUT LESSONS : A CASE STUDY ON THE PEDAGOGICAL COACHING APPROACH AT NGEE ANN POLYTECHNIC, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & ACCOUNTANCY

A modified Lesson Study/Observation approach was adopted by School of Business & Accountancy in Ngee Ann Polytechnic as part of the Pedagogical Coaching Framework where members in the teaching community come together to collaborate with early-career lecturers in planning, examining and improving their lessons, and reflect on the lessons and their students’ learning.   Whilst the intent of this pilot was to establish the roles of the coaches and collaborating lecturers, as well as to refine the goals and key elements in the framework and the lesson study/observation process, a key outcome was the development of structured conversation pointers and observation areas for the different phases of lesson study/observation for different types of lessons.

This paper was first presented at The World Associate of Lesson Studies Conference 2012.

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STRUCTURED  CONVERSATIONS ABOUT LESSONS  A CASE STUDY ON THE PEDAGOGICAL COACHING APPROACH AT NGEE ANN POLYTECHNIC, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & ACCOUNTANCY 

By Beatrice Tan (Teaching & Learning Centre) & Anna Yap (School of Business & Accountancy)

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