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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...
TitleTowers with Stephanie and Dana, Clip 2 of 5: Finding seventeen towers and checking for duplicates
DescriptionIn this clip, Stephanie and Dana continue working on the Towers Problem, introduced in the previous clip in this series. For each tower that they create, Stephanie checks it against the ones they have...
DescriptionIn this clip, researcher Amy Martino introduces the following problem to the students: “How many different towers four blocks tall can you build when selecting from two colors?” Dana and Stephanie...
DescriptionAfter a discussion in the previous clip in this series about how many towers can be built three cubes high when selecting from two colors, researcher Alice Alston asks the students to create towers...
DescriptionThis edited video from the Private Universe Project in Mathematics focuses on three children, first in second grade and then in third, exploring two problems, the first that involves making outfits...
TitleShirts and Pants Group Sharing, Clip 1 of 3: Jamie, Michael, Stephanie and Dana share their solutions
DescriptionAfter the students have worked on the Shirts and Pants Problem in the Shirts and Pants series, researcher Alice Alston facilitates a group sharing session. Jamie and Michael share their solution...
TitleShirts and Pants Group Sharing, Clip 2 of 3: Michael, Gerardo, Jeff, Brian, and Matt share their solutions
DescriptionIn this clip, students continue to share their solutions to the Shirts and Pants Problem, which they have worked on in the Shirts and Pants series. Michael and Gerardo share their solution in which...