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DescriptionDuring this clip, the students discuss a task that had been posed by Erik: If I call the blue rod one, what rod will I call one half? A lively discussion centering on the definition of one half...

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DescriptionIn the first clip in a series of eleven from the sixth of seven interviews, 8th grader Stephanie revisits her earlier exploration of particular algebraic ideas about binomial expansion with...

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DescriptionIn the first clip in a series of seven from the seventh of seven interviews, 8th grader Stephanie revisits her earlier exploration of how to generate Unifix-cube towers across cases with researchers...

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DescriptionIn the final clip in a series of eleven from the sixth of seven interviews, 8th grader Stephanie is challenged by researchers Carolyn Maher and Robert Speiser to extend her ideas about how to build...

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Descriptionn the ninth clip in a series of eleven from the sixth of seven interviews, 8th grader Stephanie is asked by researchers Carolyn Maher and Robert Speiser to describe mathematically how she has...

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Date Created1996-03-13

DescriptionIn the fifth clip in a series of ten from the fifth of seven interviews, 8th grader Stephanie continues her exploration of Early Algebraic Ideas about Binomial Expansion. Referring to the...

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DescriptionIn the fourth clip in a series of seven from the seventh of seven interviews, 8th grader Stephanie and researcher Carolyn Maher investigate how to numerically represent the number of Unifix towers for...

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Date Created2014-04-27

DescriptionIn this problem solving session two students, Brandon and Colin, are working to solve the pizza problem when selecting from four toppings [problem statement is below]. Brandon and Colin both organize...

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DescriptionIn the second of 6 clips, the four 11th grade students generate an exhaustive list of pizza options choosing from 4 toppings. They recognize that the 16 choices correspond to the fourth row of...

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DescriptionThe third of 6 clips focuses on the four 11th grade students as they map the numbers of pizza choices to the rows of Pascalâ€™s Triangle and attempt to make sense of the addition rule with the...