How to develop autonomy in very young learners #1

Last night Henriqueta Grubba and I had a wonderful LIVE on IGTV about autonomy and how to develop autonomy in very young learners. It was a super opportunity to share views on the importance of this fundamental topic and to exchange ideas and tips on how to help children become more autonomous and independent. Autonomy must be understood as a process and not a state and if we do not incorporate this into the child’s life it may be much more difficult for them to be able to do and think for themselves in their future lives. There was little time and lots to talk about so stay tuned for part 2 of this VERY important topic and if you missed it out, just click on the image below and enjoy!

Hope to see you in part 2, stay tuned!!


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