(IN)school Project .
(IN)school – Developing skills for life is a project co-funded by the programme Erasmus+. The project works on the prevention and intervention against marginalization through differentiated, innovative and appropriate educational responses, in line with the philosophy of the inclusive school.
Studies show that psycho-educational programmes that articulate activities of sensory and cognitive-emotional stimulation are fundamental to children’s educational success and their adaption to school.
Those studies also highlight the essential role of specialized teachers training in these kinds of programmes. Research shows the correlation between weak development of certain sensory, cognitive, social and emotional skills, with learning difficulties and ultimately, school failure.
The (IN)school project wants to improve education success and fully social inclusion by focusing on the development of sensory, cognitive, social and emotional skills of children in the age between 5-7
These skills, which encompass some of the executive functions: working memory, response inhibition and cognitive flexibility, are known to be essential for learning to read, write and calculate and very important in a child's daily life.