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B60, Milin and Michael classwork of the five-tall towers problem (work view), Grade 4, Feb 6, 1992, raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher
The fourth grade class was divided into pairs to work on a Towers problem on February 6, 1992. At the beginning of the session, there are two sheets of paper posted on the board with the following statement:“Building TowersYour group has two colors of Unifix cubes for building towers. Work together and make as many different towers as you can that are five cubes high. See if you and your partner can plan a good...

B65, Jeff and Michelle classwork of the five-tall Towers problem (work view), Grade 4, Feb 6, 1992, raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher
The fourth grade class was divided into pairs to work on a Towers problem on February 6, 1992. At the beginning of the session, there are two sheets of paper posted on the board with the following statement:“Building TowersYour group has two colors of Unifix cubes for building towers. Work together and make as many different towers as you can that are five cubes high. See if you and your partner can plan a good...

B64, Stephanie third of three interview sessions when she used a case-based method for all heights below and including four-tall Towers problems (work view), Grade 4, March 6, 1992, raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher
This one-on-one interview between Researcher Carolyn Maher and Stephanie was an 85-minute discussion that occurred in the 4th grade about two weeks after Stephanie’s second interview with researcher Maher in that same school year. Prior to this interview and after the second interview Stephanie was given a home assignment to solve the four-tall towers problem, selecting from two colors of Unifix cubes, using her “new method” by cases that she had used to partly solve...

B62, Stephanie's and Milin's second of three interview sessions and Michelle's second of two interview sessions revisiting five-tall Towers and other heights (work view), Grade 4, Feb 21, 1992, raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher
This raw footage consists of three separate interviews in one video. The first with Stephanie, the second with Michelle, and the third with Milin.The interview with Stephanie and Researcher Maher was the second of three individual interviews that occurred in the 4th grade on February 21, 1992. Stephanie brought with her papers of the work she did at home on the six-tall Towers problem: How many different six-tall towers can be made selecting from two...

Literatur und Politik. 2. Vorlesung

Maxim Biller

Literatur und Politik. 3. Vorlesung

Maxim Biller

Literatur und Politik. 1. Vorlesung

Maxim Biller

Advanced documentation methods in studying Corinthian black-figure vase painting

Paul Victor Bayer, Stephan Karl, Hubert Hubert & András Márton

Studentische Videopräsentationen als Alternative zu klassischen Seminarvorträgen

Abteilung Schlüsselkompetenzen Und Hochschuldidaktik

Turning an Event into Fieldnotes: A Ghanaian Example

Cati Coe
This video uses the author's own field recordings from Ghana to instruct undergraduate and graduate students how to write ethnographic fieldnotes.

GigaMesh Software Framework Tutorial 2: Cone Unwrapping

Paul Victor Bayer

GigaMesh Software Framework Tutorial 4: Pottery Profiles

Paul Victor Bayer

Interview with Cheryl A. Wall

June Cross & Cheryl A. Wall
Cheryl Wall is a Board of Governors Zora Neale Hurston Distinguished Professor of English and former Chair of the English Department. Wall is an author and a specialist in Black women’s writing, the Harlem Renaissance, and Zora Neale Hurston. She is a co-chair of the President’s Council on Institutional Diversity and Equity. Joining Douglass in 1972 as an assistant instructor, Wall describes her role in the development of the college and its legacy today. She...

Interview with Carol Sas

June Cross & Carol Sas
Carol Sas is the Executive Director of The New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs (NJSFWC), the largest volunteer women's service organization in the state and a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs. The NJSFWC provides opportunities for education, leadership training, and community service through participation in local clubs. Sas discusses the history and current activities of the NJSFWC, including her involvement and rise to Executive Director. She also presents the organization’s importance...

Interview with Melanie Willoughby

June Cross & Melanie Willoughby
Melanie Willoughby is the Chief Government Affairs Officer of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association. As a member of the first class to graduate women at Rutgers College in 1976, Willoughby describes her experiences navigating this male-dominated space, where she served as its first woman student government president and later as its first woman president of the Alumni Association. Willoughby characterizes Rutgers as a place for learning and forming future citizens and discusses how...

Interview with Linda Stamato

June Cross & Linda Stamato
Linda Stamato is Co-Director of the Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution and a member of the graduate faculty at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, where she teaches classes on mediation and negotiation. Stamato is an alumna of Douglass College (Class of 1962) and served as Acting Dean of Douglass College from 2001 to 2002. She discusses key points in the history of Douglass College including its transition from...

Interview with Abena Busia

June Cross & Abena P. A. Busia
Founding member of the Center for Women’s Global Leadership and Center for African Studies, Abena Busia is an Associate Professor in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies and the Department of English at Rutgers. She is also co-director and co-editor of the groundbreaking Women Writing Africa Project, a multi-volume anthology published by the Feminist Press at CUNY. Busia articulates the significance of communities and leadership at Rutgers and describes negotiating a space within Rutgers...

Interview with Mary Hawkesworth

June Cross & Mary Hawkesworth
Mary Hawkesworth is a Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Women’s and Gender Studies. Since joining the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers in 1998, she has served as the Director of the Center for American Women and Politics and Chair of the Women’s and Gender Studies Department. Hawkesworth also served as the editor of Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society from 2005 to 2015. She considers the history of women’s education...

Interview with Catharine R. Stimpson

June Cross & Catharine R. Stimpson
In 1980, Catharine Stimpson became Professor of English at Rutgers University, where she also led the Institute for Research on Women, was Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate Education. In 2010, she became Dean Emerita at New York University, where she has appointments in the Department of English, the Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy, and the Law School. Stimpson is also the founding editor of Signs: Journal of Women in...

Interview with Ruth Mandel

June Cross & Ruth B. Mandel
Ruth Mandel has been the Director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers since 1995. She is also a founder and Director of Eagleton's Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), a member of the Institute for Women’s Leadership Consortium. She is a scholar and Board of Governors Professor of Politics, teaching and writing about leadership with emphasis on U.S. women's political history, women as political candidates and officeholders, women's political networks, and the...

Interview with Charlotte Bunch

June Cross & Charlotte Bunch
Charlotte Bunch, Founding Director and Senior Scholar, at the Center for Women’s Global Leadership, Rutgers University, has been an activist, author and organizer in the women’s, civil, and human rights movements for four decades. Now a Board of Governor’s Distinguished Service Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies, she joined Rutgers in 1987 as the Laurie New Jersey Chair in Women’s Studies at Douglass College. She discusses the early focuses and biggest impacts of the Center...

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