1. Evaluation of the project
1.1. Evaluation done by the participants after each of the six meetings:: We can see that for most participants the meetings were positive, productive experiences.
1.2 Evaluation done by the teachers at the final stages of the project: As we can see in the attached file he project has been useful for the schools and teachers taking part in it.
1.3. Some teachers' comments on the question; Which are the most positive aspects of the project from your point of view?
Most answers focused on these aspects:
- Getting to know new methodologies and new ideas
- The positive aspects of learning from each other
- The positive aspects of intercultural exchanges and cooperation
1.4. Some teachers' comments to the question: "Which are the most positive impacts of the project for your school?"
The main areas of impact are:
- The adaptation of new techniques and ideas to everyday practice.
- Learning of some specific skills
- Increasing the European dimension at schools
1.5. The teachers were also asked the question: "Which aspects of the project could be improved?"
Most answers stated that there was little room for improvement. The only aspect that was mentioned was having the possibility of taking more students to the meetings.
1.6. Students final evaluation. A selection of students' comments on the question: Which were the most positive aspects of the project / meeting for you? What did you learn?
We could see that most comments focus on these aspects:
- Getting to know another culture
- Learning new skills (about language, ICT, tolerance...)
- Making new friends
1.7. Students final evaluation. A selection of students' comments on the question: Which aspects of the project/meeting were most difficult for you?
We can see that the main difficulties have been:
- Getting used to a new environment and to cultural differences
- Communicating with the hosts and the other guests
Some feedback from parents:
Some feedback from students: