Videos

Developing Destinies: A Mayan Midwife and Town (2011)

A 6-minute video overview of Developing Destinies: A Mayan Midwife and Town (Oxford, 2011), with historical film clips and photos. Royalties are contributed to the Learning Center and other projects in the Guatemalan Maya town that is featured.

Have a look at related paintings and photos and reviews on the public Facebook page facebook.com/barbararogoffpublications  and see a description of the book.

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TEDx talk on children learning to collaborate (2015)

Barbara Rogoff's 8-minute TEDx talk based on her research on cultural aspects of how children learning to collaborate.
If the link via the image to the left does not work, use this link.

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NSF video: Learning by Observing (2016)

Barbara Rogoff' and Maricela Correa's 3-minute video "Learning by Observing" draws attention to strengths for learning among Indigenous and Mexican-heritage children, who are skilled observers. The video was honored by NSF as the top public vote-getter and a top conversation-generator, of all 156 videos in NSF's Video Showcase 2016 http://stemforall2016.videohall.com/presentations/693

NSF video: Learning to Collaborate and Collaborating to Learn (2017)

Barbara Rogoff, Andrew Dayton and Itzel Aceves-Azuara's 3 minute video focuses on the sophisticated collaboration of Mexican-heritage and Indigenous American children. It was voted #2 out of 171 videos in NSF’s 2017 Video Showcase, and was also the second-most discussed video  https://stemforall2017.videohall.com/presentations/1034

NSF video: Learning by Helping (2018)

Barbara Rogoff, Lucía Alcalá and Angelica López Fraire's 3-minute video, “Learning by Helping,” shows the helpfulness of Mexican-heritage children whose families don’t have much schooling.  The video won #3 in NSF's Public Choice 2018 voting (out of 214 videos). It was also the second-most discussed video http://videohall.com/p/1318

Ed-Talk: Sophisticated collaboration (2016)

This 6-minute Ed-talk shows the sophisticated collaboration that Barbara Rogoff and her colleagues have found among many Mexican-heritage children.

Ed talk produced by invitation of the centennial of the American Education Research Association 2016.

Ways of Learning in Indigenous Communities of the Americas: Observing and Pitching In (2016)

Professor Barbara Rogoff, Ph.D. examines Indigenous children’s approach to learning and how educators can create a more supportive academic environment. In Seattle, 2016.

Interview with Barbara Rogoff and Pablo Chavajay by the BBC and the Open University (1997)

This interview shows videos as Barbara Rogoff describes research comparing mothers' interactions with toddlers in a Mayan community in Guatemala and in a middle-class European-American community.

Teleconference discussion with Barbara Rogoff (2008)

This video shows a teleconference in which Barbara Rogoff, Michael Cole, Yarrow Dunham students and postdocs at UC San Diego and UC Merced discuss sociocultural theory and Learning by Observing and Pitching In (2008).

Learning How to Look & Listen with Barbara Rogoff and Andy Dayton (2017)

Barbara Rogoff and Andy Dayton look a 2-minute video of classroom interaction in the context of a conference hosted by Fred Erikson.  

Professor Barbara Rogoff - Learning through Pitching In (2013)

As part of the UC Davis School of Education's Distinguished Educational Thinker Series, Barbara Rogoff, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at UC Santa Cruz, gave a talk at UC Davis titled "Learning through Pitching In." The 2012-13 Distinguished Educational Thinker Series at UC Davis is co-hosted by the School of Education, Graduate Group in Education and the School of Education Alumni Annual Fund.

Interviews

Podcasts

En Español

Entrevista con Barbara Rogoff, por Rebeca Mejía Arauz (2012)

La entrevista enfoque sobre las teorias de Dr. Rogoff, incluyendo tres planes de análisis, aprender por medio de participación intensa en comunidades, y su nuevo libro Developing Destinies: A Mayan Midwife and Town (Oxford University Press, 2011). Describe también la organización de su grupo de investigación. ITESO, 2012.

Entrevista con Ruth Paradise, por Rebeca Mejía Arauz (2012)

Entrevista a Ruth Paradise en el marco del Simposium de Educación y Semana de Psicología. ITESO, 2012.

Barbara Rogoff hablla sobre el Aprendizaje por medio de Participación Intensa en Comunidades (2012)

(ITESO, Guadalajara, Febrero 2012, en español, 1 hora 19 minutos)

Plática por Barbara Rogoff basada en su libro "Developing Destinies" en el marco de Líderes de Opinión Kellog Fellows Latinoamérica (2016)

Una conversación sobre cambio cultural y continuidad con Barbara Rogoff (Líderes de Opinión 2016, 54 minutos)

This video shows doña Chona in July 2011, at age 87, speaking at the presentation of our book to leaders and interested public in San Pedro. Her words, in Tz'utujil, were very moving. I am hoping that someone who speaks Tz'utujil fluently will be able to provide a translation or the gist of what she said, in Spanish or English. (It's 10 minutes, starting at minute 7.) Most of the rest of the video is in Spanish, including my talk about changes in family life across Chona's lifetime.Espero que alguien quien habla Tz'utujil (¡mejor que yo!) nos haga el favor de traducir o resumir las palabras de Chona, en español o en inglés. (Chona empieza al minuto 7, y corre 10 minutos.) La presentación fue organizada por el Centro de Aprendizaje Taa’ Pi’t Kortees. Cámara: Nicolás Coché Navichoc. Edición: Rafael González Quiacaín. Mil gracias por el permiso de Navisatelite de San Pedro la Laguna, que filmaron el evento.Además de las palabras de doña Chona, el video contiene mi plática sobre los cambios en San Pedro tras la vida de Doña Chona, la presentación del libro a varios líderes del pueblo, y varias actividades festivas.

Posted by Barbara Rogoff Publications on Thursday, January 14, 2016

Chona Pérez González y Barbara Rogoff hablando sobre Developing Destinies (2011)

Este video muestra a la comadrona Chona Pérez González en julio de 2011, a la edad de 87 años, hablando en la presentación de el libro "Developing Destinies" a líderes y público interesado en San Pedro, Guatemala. Además, Barbara Rogoff platica sobre los cambios en San Pedro tras la vida de Doña Chona, la presentación del libro a varios líderes del pueblo, y varias actividades festivas https://www.facebook.com/barbararogoffpublications/videos/1287834721242058/