Interactivity: a key for the acquisition of basic skills
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This project white paper brings together testimonies and good practice from teachers and parents involved in the pilot phases of the project’s various projects. Research has also been carried out by the partners on the theme of interactivity as an element in the development of basic skills from an early age. This guide therefore combines a systemic approach with a more concrete vision of the benefits that such practices can bring to the education of young children. Good practice and feedback encourage inclusion, exchanges of experience and a free approach to the use of interactivity and narrative approaches in the early stages of education.