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Texas Lesson Study
Texas Lesson Study (TXLS) is inquiry-based, job-embedded professional development where teachers work collaboratively to develop, teach, and assess research-based lessons. Training and meeting schedules for TXLS are tailored to fit each campus' needs. Teacher-designed lessons created as part of TXLS are video recorded and available on the Texas Gateway. TXLS is part of the TEA strategic plan 2017-2021, set forth by Commissioner Mike Morath. 
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Texas Lesson Study Newsletter
Volume one
Volume two
Volume Three
Participating Districts in Our Regional Partnership
Texas Lesson Study Photos
  • Teachers at Bruce Junior High in Gilmer ISD beginning their Texas Lesson Study Cycle in the Spring of 2018.

  • Teachers at Carlisle Elementary in Carlisle ISD reflecting on research during Phase Two of Texas Lesson Study.

  • Teachers at Gilmer Elementary in Gilmer ISD researching best practices during Phase Two of Texas Lesson Study.

  • Teacher and students engaged in an escape room task during the Research Lesson at Kilgore Middle School in Kilgore, Texas

  • Teacher and student participating in Guided Reading during the first teach of our Research Lesson.

  • Teachers at Tool Elementary in Malakoff ISD participate in the reflect and revise portion of Texas Lesson Study.

  • The research team at Kilgore Middle School in Kilgore ISD reflects on their research lesson after the observation.

  • Students listen to a read aloud during the lesson observation at Carlisle ISD.

  • Susan Baker reading to her students during the lesson observation.

  • Teachers participating in the facilitator training offered by Region 7 ESC.

  • Henderson Middle School teachers unpacking their standards during Phase 1 of the Lesson Study cycle.

  • Henderson Middle School teachers participating in Phase 1 of the Lesson Study cycle.

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  • Texas Lesson Study Facilitator

    903.988.6912

    bkinsman@esc7.net