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B37, World Series problem (student view), Grade 11, January 22, 1999, raw footage

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Learning, Psychology of--Case studies
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Critical thinking in children--New Jersey--Case studies
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9-12
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Number and operations
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Connections
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11
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Algebra
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World Series
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Probability
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UNITED STATES
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New Jersey
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Union County
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Kenilworth (N.J.)
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Transcript and student work are also available.
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Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning. (1999). B37, World Series problem (student view), Grade 11, January 22, 1999, raw footage [video]. Retrieved from
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Maher
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Carolyn Alexander
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Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
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New Brunswick, NJ
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Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning
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1999-01-22
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2014-03-15
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David Brearley High School (Kenilworth, N.J.)
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Jeff (student)
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Michael A. (Kenilworth, student)
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Romina (student)
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Ankur (student)
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B38, World Series problem (work view), Grade 11, January 22, 1999, raw footage
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Tracing the development of probabilistic thinking : profiles from a longitudinal study / by Regina Dockweiler Kiczek.
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QA.K62 2000
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At an after-school session in the middle of their junior year, Ankur, Brian, Jeff, Michael, and Romina were introduced to the World Series problem [the problem statement is below]. The students explored various ways to solve the problem (e.g., list all possibilities, multiplying one half a number of times). Jeff and Romina recall a generalization the group had developed in a previous session for the towers and pizza tasks, 2^n. The group uses 2^n for all of the possibilities of the World Series ending and then use various strategies to determine the probabilities for each outcome. The students consider each case - winning a World Series in four, five, six, or seven games - separately and calculate each probability before moving on to the next. After approximately an hour the students produce an answer to the World Series problem, explain their strategies and justify their solution, and consider the relationship between their numerical results and certain entries in Pascal's Triangle.

The World Series Problem: In a World Series two teams play each other in at least four and at most seven games. The first team to win four games is the winner of the World Series. Assuming that the teams are equally matched, what is the probability that a World Series will be won: a) in four games? b) in five games? c) in six games? d) in seven games?
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Ed.D. dissertation references the video footage that includes B37, World Series problem (student view), Grade 11, January 22, 1999, raw footage
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Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ
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2000
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Kiczek, Regina Dockwiler
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Tracing the development of probabilistic thinking : profiles from a longitudinal study
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QA.K62 2000
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QA.K62 2000
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Dissertation is available in paper format in the Rutgers University Libraries' dissertation collection.
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B37, World Series problem (student view), Grade 11, January 22, 1999, raw footage
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doi:10.7282/T33R0R0Q
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The video is protected by copyright. It is available for reviewing and use within the Video Mosaic Collaborative (VMC) portal. Please contact the Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning (RBDIL) for further information about the use of this video.
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New Brunswick, NJ
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2009-11-03
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Non-exclusive license to digitize and make openly available the videos and other collection resources of the Institute is on file in the office of the RUcore collections manager.
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Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning
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848-932-0776
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Rutgers Graduate School of Education
10 Seminary Place
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1183
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2014-02-07
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01:22:44
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