Clip 1: 0:00 - 0:05 "So how do you see it?"
In this short clip a student surprises me by asking me how I see the problem. Why was I so surprised at this question?
Clip 2: 0:06 - 0:21 "Who is going to unconfuse Leila?"
Leila starts this clip by saying "I have no opinion."
What do you think about the way I continued this conversation?
Clip 3: 0:23 - 5:02 "So we've got three different answers at the moment..."
In this long clip students are trying to solve (-5) - (-2). I start by writing each student's answer on the board, and then I try to encourage students to explain their reasoning.
What do you think about the way I handle the students' responses? How would you have handled this discussion differently?
Clip 4: 5:04 - 6:03 "What do you think?"
In this clip, Leila is trying to answer the calculation 3 - (-8). At one point Serota turns to Leila and asks her, "What do you think? Explain how/why you got..."
What is interesting about this clip to you?