Here we’re moving to Chapter 5 and looking at a very important concept that children are learning, typically in the prekindergarten classrooms. The idea of collecting and then viewing data is so important at this age. While many classrooms have examples of graphs hanging in the rooms and hallways, let\’s think about how the graph is constructed and how it provides a visual for the underlying math concepts. In this video series, we return to the Erikson Institute and see multiple aspects of this concept in two, different classrooms.
After viewing the series, please compare to the information in your text. Do the videos expand on the concept? Does the information seem more clear once you\’ve watched the teachers in the video classrooms?
Choose four, specific ideas from the videos and share (answer fully, complete sentences, full paragraphs)