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Lessons for Mathematical Problem Solving (LeMaPs) Symposium: Comparative perspectives from Japan and England on lesson study for mathematical problem solving

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The LeMaPS project is led by the University of Nottingham working with secondary schools in the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education partnership. Its aim is to research the development and sustainability of networks of schools using lesson study to support the teaching of mathematical problem solving. In this symposium we welcome visitors from Project for International Math-teacher Professionalization Using Lesson Study (IMPULS) at Tokyo Gakugei University. This follows a visit in the morning to Comberton Village College to observe a research lesson focussed on mathematical problem solving.

This talk is part of the Mathematics Education Research Group (MERG) series.

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