Finding the Surface Area of a Cube

The instructor uses an electronic chalkboard to demonstrate how to find the surface area of a cube.  One example is modeled using astep by step approach to walk the learner through the computational process.  A definition of the formula is given explaining what s stands for in this formula.


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Presented by the Architecture Program as part of the Architecture Lecture Series, this lecture was filmed Monday, October 14, 2013, in Timken Lecture Hall on the college's San Francisco campus. Hiroto Kobayashi is a founding partner of Kobayashi Maki Design Workshop (KMDW), an architectural and urban design firm based in Tokyo. He also represents the American architectural firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM) in Japan. KMDW's work encompasses a full range of design scales, from furniture and
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"The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy" (video)
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380 GG Participles and Gerunds
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How Will History Remember You? - Movie Clip from The Emperor's Club
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Themes in this clip include:
History, Legacy, Significance, Ambition, Education, Teaching, Learning, Accomplishment

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Episode 137: Smart water: Irrigation systems in an age of high tech

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6.3 Clarifying purposefulness

Research conducted by Ralph Stacey (1993) shows how business managers often behave in a way contrary to espoused policies and expectations. Rather than adhering to conventions of long-term planning, and accepted orthodoxies and procedures, they actually tend to make a succession of unrelated, adaptive responses to changing situations as the need arises. This is often, and rather disparagingly, labelled muddle-through or crisis management but can result in adaptive action and organisation.


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3.6 Learning and effective action

I claim that learning is about effective action. It is distinguished when I, or another observer, recognise that I can perform what I was unable to perform before. Following Reyes and Zarama (1998), I am going to claim learning is an assessment made by an observer based on observed capacity for action. From this perspective, learning is not about ideas stored in our mind, but about action. So what makes an action effective? Reyes and Zarama (1998, p. 26) make the following claims:


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