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TitleB78,Guess My Tower task,Matt and Stephanie partner work (work view), Grade 5,February 26,1993,Raw footage.
DescriptionThis is a raw footage video. On February 26, 1993 fifth graders, Stephanie, Michelle, Milin and their classmates, worked on the Guess My Tower task in a class session, about a year after the “Gang...
TitleB59,Stephanie and Dana-Classwork of the 5 tall-towers problem (Workview), Grade 4,Feb 6,1992-Raw footage
TitleBuilding Towers, Selecting from two colors for Guess My Tower, Clip 4 of 5: Stephanie and Matt Rebuild the Argument
DescriptionIn clip 4 of 5, fifth grade student Matt shares his understanding of Milin’s inductive argument with Robert and Michelle R. who, up to this point, found twelve, four-tall towers. Stephanie...
TitleBuilding Towers, Selecting from two colors for Guess My Tower, Clip 2 of 5: Does the Number Double?
DescriptionIn the 2nd of 5 clips, Stephanie and Matt, two fifth grade students are attempting to find all possible towers four cubes tall when selecting from two colors as the sample space for Question 2 of the...
TitleBuilding Towers, Selecting from two colors for Guess My Tower, Clip 5 of 5: Sharing with the Group
DescriptionIn this final clip, an exuberant Stephanie presents her understanding of the “doubling rule” to the group of students ( Matt, Michelle I, Michelle R, Milin and Robert) who assembled around a...
TitleBuilding Towers, Selecting from Two Colors for Guess My Tower, Clip 1 of 5: The Meaning of "At Least"
DescriptionIn the first of five clips, Milin and Michelle I, two fifth grade students are attempting to find all possible towers three cubes tall when selecting from two colors as the sample space for Question 1...
TitleBuilding Towers, Selecting from two colors for Guess My Tower, Clip 3 of 5: Milin introduces an inductive argument
DescriptionIn clip three of five, Milin, a fifth grade student, shares his inductive argument for building towers up to 3 cubes tall with researcher Carolyn Maher and his partner, Michelle I. Michelle in turn...
DescriptionIn this edited video, the first of a set of two clips developed for the Private Universe Project in Mathematics, 12 fifth grade students during two consecutive classroom sessions work in two groups,...
DescriptionThis second clip in a set of two edited videos developed for the Private Universe Project in Mathematics, focuses on 12 fifth grade students during an extended session work individually and with their...
DescriptionIn this video, the fourth grade partners Romina and Brian are constructing a solution to the “Towers Problem 5-High.” PROBLEM STATEMENT: "Your group has two colors of Unifix® cubes. Work...