Meet the Team: The Producers

 
Name: Christine Zanchi 

Role on the NGPM team: Chief Possibility Officer

My favorite thing about preschool is… Play-doh, finger paints and nap time.

If I had to explain subitizing to a four-year old, I would say… Group it and scoop it!

In addition to Next Generation Preschool Math, NGPM also stands for...Nerdy Group Playing Monkey games

 


Name:
Jillian Orr

Role on the NGPM team: Project manager– Helping out the team in any way I’m able

My favorite thing about preschool is… The hilarious and adorable children!

If I had to explain subitizing to a four-year old, I would say… “subitizing” means “how many you can see right away”

In addition to Next Generation Preschool Math, NGPM also stands for... “Now, go play more!”

Any more comments? It’s a pleasure to be able to work so closely with the Education team here at WGBH as well as the researchers from SRI and EDC. Everyone working on this project is extremely talented and is working so hard to make sure that we produce the best — most educational and most fun — assets. The team is in it for all the right reasons, and that makes for a fantastic experience overall. The team rocks!

 


Name:
Anna Ho

Role on the NGPM team: As the team intern, I support various aspects of the project. I also provide my expertise on all things cute and silly.

My favorite thing about preschool is… playing pretend. Imagination is the superpower of all preschoolers.

If I had to explain subitizing to a four-year old, I would say… subitizing is when you look at something and know right away how many there are– without having to count! It’s another great preschool superpower.

In addition to Next Generation Preschool Math, NGPM also stands for... Nap? Gotta Play Math!

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