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Reverse Mentoring
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Reverse mentoring is a technique whereby digital natives, i.e. individuals born between 1980 and 2000 who have always known the Internet, become mentors for the senior citizens of a society. They will then proceed to improve the digital skills of the latter. Reverse mentoring has innumerable advantages. First of all, it enables the development of the digital skills of senior citizens. This is even the main objective of this concept. It also makes it possible to develop communication. Indeed, this approach can be useful to provoke an exchange. Reverse mentoring also helps to develop responsibility.

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