In this research, we aim to investigate the use of methods for intergenerational cooperation. We present concepts for cooperative learning between preschool and elementary school-aged children, where preschool children can improve their text comprehension skills by solving short puzzles, while elementary school children can enhance their reading skills by recording parts of an interactive story. This approach aims to promote the development of literacy skills among both age groups while fostering cooperation between them.
This work shows a design concept for cooperative reading between preschool and elementary school-aged children, where preschool children can improve their comprehension skills and elementary school children can enhance their reading skills. The concept includes an application, where elementary school children can record their voice reading text passages aloud, which are then presented to the connected preschool child as the story is read aloud.
The objective of this research is to evaluate the effectiveness of the described concept in terms of cooperative learning. The concept was implemented in the form of an application and evaluated through family tests and expert evaluations. The results indicate that the designed and digitally implemented concept is suitable for cooperative learning between children of different age groups. The participating children enjoyed using the application and appreciated the integration of familiar voices into the story.