The school is known for being a preschool inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy

 

The school is known for being a preschool inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy of early education. The children learned about batteries, energy, and circuits. You may pause and replay as needed. A closed-caption option is available.
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1. Setting (where your observation took place; give a brief description of the physical environment, including noise level, traffic patterns, freedom of movement).
2. Participants (Ages and number of children involved; adults present).
3. Materials (List the materials and supplies that the children were using during the activity).
4. Content/Curriculum Areas (What were the content/curriculum focus areas for the activity/activities the children were engaged in, for example: language arts, math, science, etc.)
5. How was the activity introduced; identify academic learning apparently planned by the teacher and any academic learning that occurred spontaneously.
6. What modifications/adaptations were taken to support children with diverse learning styles or special needs?
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