Lalilo: When artificial intelligence comes to the little ones

All the studies on the subject prove it: learning to read at an early age is a precursor to academic success. A good reader will therefore be more successful and less inclined to drop out.

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All the studies on the subject prove it: learning to read at an early age is a precursor to academic success. A good reader will therefore be more successful and less inclined to drop out.

The basics of literacy are generally acquired in the first year of elementary school and this represents a great challenge, year after year, for teachers and counselors who must redouble their efforts to allow it is up to each and everyone to flourish at their own pace.

So this is the niche in which the web application Lalilo stands out: the pace of the learner. This digital tool advances in harmony with each student and thus responds to specific targeted needs thanks to artificial intelligence. The courses will adapt to the strengths and challenges of the child with an emphasis on differentiated, individualized and autonomous teaching. Real teaching assistant, Lalilo allows personalized learning to read through fun exercises and gives kindergarten and cycle one teachers a powerful ally who will facilitate the development of literacy skills.

Tailor-made workshops, worksheets, games and interactive lessons are all possibilities offered by Lalilo so many reasons to make everyday life in the classroom an environment where pleasure rhymes with reading. Lalilo also provides teachers with individualized student progress by detailing the specific components that have been successfully completed and those that will need to be reviewed in more depth. A section dedicated to parents is also available to give them the opportunity to realize how far their children have come.

Free for teachers, this platform renews the genre and takes further individualized learning resulting from effective artificial intelligence. It's here to start an adventure where each journey is unique and where each child will really enjoy reading!

 

Recommended for students between 5 and 7 years old.

 

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About the Author

Maxime Laflamme
Maxime Laflamme
Maxime Laflamme is an educational advisor and project manager at École branchée. He is also editor-in-chief of the SCOOP! Educational guides. He has a bachelor's degree in preschool education and elementary education from the University of Sherbrooke and is pursuing a graduate degree in school management at Laval University. He transmits his passion for digital education and innovative practices through CréaCamps, conferences and workshops throughout the French-speaking world.

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