Pathway investigation video examines two toddler learning setups: the blue room and the green room, each using different investigation concepts. The blue room inclines more on the sensory idioms and nature; we see children being taken on nature walks, and later there is the use of media in the classroom, putting the pathways into perspective. The video shows the intensive use of telling and retelling stories and physical creation by using different materials and dramatic play.
The domains include communicative and creative literacy. Children learn the word pathway by attaching more vocabulary to it by telling and retelling the stories experiencing memory strengthening. Numeracy skill is another domain in the investigative pathway that impacts the sensory items, such as using shapes, space, and measure of materials throughout the learning process. Children highlight how many trees they can see on their way to school and the number of buildings that fit on the map. The social thinking domain emphasizes community awareness at home, some of the social amenities in the environment, and how far the school is from the zoo.
This investigative study would address the concept of critical and creative thinking among children at toddler age and in preschools. It will constantly encourage known to unknown kinds of learning structures that can be used outside the classroom setup (“Investigative Pathways”). By doing this, the children will be capable of understanding situations and recapturing what they have observed or learned. Some of the objectives to be met include memory retention skills, improved use of digital materials both for the teacher and the learner, and improved connections among learners and teachers. These goals with provide a framework for effective learning and critical thinking among minors.
“Investigating Pathways.” YouTube, uploaded by EarlyChildhoodVideos, 2015, Web.