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Investigating Pathways

In Investigating Pathways, preschool and toddler teachers at Eastern’s Child and Family Development Resource Center describe how children engaged in a variety of learning activities while developing an understanding of the concept of pathways. Children and teachers explored this topic for four months as part of their Investigations curriculum. The curriculum is centered around engaging projects—called “investigations”—on topics that are selected by children, teachers, and families. As children investigate a topic in learning centers, small collaborative groups, whole group activities, movement and music experiences, outdoor observations, and field trips, they acquire critical competencies identified in the Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards and the standards of national professional organizations.

For more information about the Trees investigation, contact Niloufar Rezai.

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  • Producer/Scriptwriter: Julia DeLapp
    Director: Ken Measimer
    Student Production Assistants: Sarah Pierce, Hannah Giuffre
    Music Composer: Ross Page (Eastern student at time of composition)
    Animation: Nick Napoletano
    Featured Teachers and Administrator: Patricia Gardner, Amie Theriault, Cynthia DeJesús, Niloufar Rezai
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