Video Clips
The following clips are of Robert in a variety of settings. The clips may be viewed in Quicktime or Windows Media Player. Upon selecting the desired clip a small pop-up box will appear for viewing the video. A dsl, cable or other high-speed line is recommended for best viewing.

Collegial Coaching
Robert Price leading a Collegial Coaching session with Yvette Jackson, Excecutive Director, National Urban Alliance. The collegial coaching is just prior to Yvette Jackson leading a session with new National Urban Alliance consultants. Key elements include the purpose and goals of the session; the frame of reference of each of the new consultants; and the flow of the session.
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Mapping the Story for Filming
Robert Price facilitating a fifth grade classroom who are developing ideas and a storyboard to document their school with Thinking Maps. The students use Thinking Maps to develop their ideas, questions, and how they will be filming as a team.


Student perspectives from three day documentary workshop. Click on the above images to read each one, or download all the students comments as one Acrobat PDF file.

Building Community with Community Exercises
Robert Price leads a fifth grade classroom through a variety of community exercises for short term focus and long term team building. This example shows Robert introducing multiple exercises at one time to model the possibilities. Normally one exercise would be introduced at a time.
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Thinking Maps in Japan
Robert Price introducing Thinking Maps to an eighth grade class at Higashi-Monzen Elementary School in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The students learn each of the eight maps from Robert and their teacher Shunji Muroga with the assistance of a translator. After the students learn the eight maps, they then organize their thinking about a historical figure using the Thinking Map to best express their different ways of thinking.
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Think-Pair-Share
Robert Price works with first graders and third graders in different classrooms on using Think-Pair-Share to unpack and surface information about attributes of a topic they are beginning studies on. Areas to observe include effective use of community exercises for focus; modeling navigating thinking; how to select people; moving from pairs to whole group; and learning the meaning of attributes.
Third Grade
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First Grade
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More Media Things...
Learning and Understanding Video as a Tool
Film, Video, and DVD Projects by Robert


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