The Kézakeau? Platform, which helps to train and inform children while offering them fun, provides them with an online educational video game, “SOS Mission eau”, also available on tablet. This interactive game consists of making them rebuild the drinking water distribution network, destroyed by the evil Dr. Dry.
(FRANCE) - An educational player serving the learning of the youngest, the SEDIF (Syndicat des Eaux d'Ile-de-France), a public water service, has been contributing for several years to the training of children and development of their civic sense, through awareness-raising actions as part of a sustainable development approach and respect for natural resources.
To renew its educational tools and meet the challenges of training and informing young audiences, SEDIF is putting a brand new internet educational platform online: www.kezakeau.fr. Also available through its website www.sedif.com, this platform is intended for children and the school and extracurricular world.
Through this initiative, SEDIF wishes to publicize its public service missions and make young people aware of the major issues of drinking water, while being part of the continuity of educational communication initiated more than fifteen years ago.
Resources for extra-curricular activities
After studies carried out in 2013, in particular with the National Education, parents of students and experts in the field of water, SEDIF designed an interactive, ambitious and innovative digital support, making it possible to respond concretely to new needs of the actors involved with youth, and the activities proposed by the extracurricular animators of the municipalities.
"SOS Mission eau": an educational video game for learning while having fun
This platform, which helps to train and inform children while offering them fun, also provides them with an online educational video game, “SOS Mission eau”, also available on tablet. This interactive game consists of having them rebuild the SEDIF water distribution network, destroyed by the evil Dr Dry.
Content adapted to school programs
This new site features rich educational resources for teachers and primary school students. It meets the objective of initiation into sustainable development as provided for by the national education programs. The following are available: documentary resources, quizzes, films, photo library and games suitable for students in CE2, CM1 and CM2 classes.
Created in 1923, the Syndicat des Eaux d'Ile-de-France supplies 149 municipalities in the Paris region, or more than 4.4 million consumers, making it the largest public water service in France and the one of the very first in Europe.
It is chaired by André Santini, former Minister, Deputy Mayor of Issy-les-Moulineaux.