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Suggested Citation:"Appendix L: Workshop Reading List." National Research Council. 2002. Studying Classroom Teaching as a Medium for Professional Development: Proceedings of a U.S.-Japan Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10289.

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torn Or PREWORKSHOP READINGS Ball, D. L, and Bass, H. (2000). Interweaving content and pedagogy in teaching and learning to teach: Knowing and using mathematics. In J. Boater (Ed.), Multiple perspectives on the teaching and learning of mathematics. Westport, CT: Ablex. Ball, D. L, and Cohen, D. (1999~. Developing practice, developing practitioners. In L Darling- Hammond, and G. Sykes (Eds.), Teaching as the learning profession: Handbook of policy and practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Dossey, J., and Usiskin, Z. (2000~. Mathematics education in the United States 2000. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Lewis, C. (2000~. Lesson study: The core of.lapanese professional development. Paper Prepared for the American Educational Research Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA. National Research Council. (1996~. The preparation of teachers of mathematics: Considerations and challenges. Mathematical Sciences Education Board. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. National Science Foundation. (2000~. Observations on science and mathematics teacher education in Japan. Tokyo, Japan: National Science Founda- tion Tokyo Regional Office. Sawada, D. (1996~. Mathematics as connection making in Japanese elementary schools. School Science and Mathematics, 96(5), 258-262. Shimizu, Y. (1999~. Aspects of mathematics teacher education in Japan: Focusing on teachers' roles. .Ioa~rnal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2, 107-116. Shimizu, Y. (1999~. Studying sample lessons rather than one excellent lesson: AJapanese perspective on the Third, International Mathematics and Science Study videotape classroom study. Zentralblatt fuer Didaktik der Mathematik, 31~6), 191-195. Shimizu, Y. (2000, August). Discussing multiple solutions for a problem: How do.lapanese teachers capitalize on the diversity of students' thinking in their lessons? Paper presented at the meeting of The Study of Teaching Practice as a Medium for Professional Development United States - Japan Teacher Preparation Workshop, Makuhari, Japan. Yoshida, M. (1999~. Lesson study (ja~gyokenky?~) in elementary school mathematics in.lapan: A case study. Prepared for the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

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The Mathematical Sciences Education Board (MSEB) and the U.S. National Commission on Mathematics Instruction (USNCMI) took advantage of a unique opportunity to bring educators together. In August 2000, following the Ninth International Congress on Mathematics Education (ICME-9) in Makuhari, Japan, MSEB and USNCMI capitalized on the presence of mathematics educators in attendance from the United States and Japan by holding a two and a half--day workshop on the professional development of mathematics teachers. This workshop used the expertise of the participants from the two countries to develop a better, more flexible, and more useful understanding of the knowledge that is needed to teach well and how to help teachers to obtain this knowledge. A major focus of the workshop was to discuss teachers’ opportunities in both societies -- using teaching practice as a medium for professional development. Another focus of the workshop addressed practice by considering the records of teaching, including videos of classroom lessons and cases describing teachers and their work. These proceedings reflect the activities and discussion of the workshop using both print and video to enable others to share in their experience

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