A New Lens on Teaching: Learning to Notice

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What types of things do you typically notice as you watch your students in class each day? For instance, when the bell rings at the start of class, what do you look for as you scan the room? Later on, when you see a group of students interacting, what do you tend to notice about their work together? And in class discussions, which of the ideas that students raise stand out to you and why?

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Their research interests include teacher cognition, teacher education, and the role of video in supporting teacher learning. This research was supported by a grant from the Braitmayer Foundation. The authors are grateful to David Louis, Emily Kemp, and Judy Whitcomb.

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