Self Teaching Materials
2.3.-Other ways of dissemination
3.1.- Questionnaires and test
4.-CONTACT AMONG PUPILS
4.2.- Postal and virtual mail
6.2.- Questionnaries about equality
9.-ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN 2015
10.-ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN 2016 ( January-June)
11.-ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN 2016 (July- December)
12.-ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN 2017
1. COORDINATORS MEETING IN ROMANIA
At the first transnational meeting held in the city of Brad (Romania) , the coordinator reported about the evaluation of the project prepared by the Spanish agency. The application form was commented and the initial evaluation to be carried out at all schools to teachers and Students was designed.
Establishing work rules between partners – each of the partners write a rule, which they consider is the most important. Politeness between partners, honesty, being nice etc.Introducing of the participants in the project.
Presentation of each country and the involved school, as well as activities about co - education and equality in every partner school.
Break – during the break the host Romanian school presents the pupils, who will take part in the Exchange pupils’ program.
The main coordinator reports about project evaluation. She assigns tasks to all the participant countries in the project. Newsletter – Bulgaria and Greece. (the remaining tasks will complete later) Equality in curriculum – Italy and Bulgaria. Unexpected things commission – Romania, Spain, Finland and Bulgaria. Creating a blog to publish each activity. Video conferences – Italy and Spain – 3 this year, 4 next year. Pairs for the videoconferences are: Italy-Poland; Bulgaria-Greece; Romania-Finland; Spain-Turkey-Portugal. Each coordinator of the participating country has to write information about the project every 3 months. Creating a logbook for each activity. Registration in an e-twinning platform.
Discussion about the cancellation of Slovakia’s partnership – “How to resolve the problem?” The offer of the main coordinator is that some children could go to Bulgaria instead of Slovakia and Bulgaria to be a host country for teachers training and some pupils at the same time. Could Bulgaria change their timetable from February 2017 to April 2016. All the participants voted for the continuation of the project without Slovakia, because there are 9 more countries. The evaluation of the questionnaires will be a task for Poland and Romania instead of Slovakia. The final conclusion after one hour discussion between partners is : no cancellation of the project.
Evaluation of the project from the Spanish national agency – Mar Jurado reports about the strong points and weakness of the project.
Organizing dates and activities in Spain – 25-30 January 2016.
2. MEETING IN SPAIN
3. MEETING IN GREECE
4. MEETING IN TURKEY
The last transnational meeting was held in the Turkish city of Edirne from 22 to 26 May 2017 at the Selimiye Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi. The main objective was to carry out the final evaluation of the project, to follow up the activities that had not been completed and to recommend the partners their completion. We analyzed the results of the partial evaluations and the valuation surveys of the celebrated commemorations, all of which give a positive evaluation. Final evaluation questionnaires were created for students, teachers and families participating in the project that allow us to obtain an appreciation of the impact on the different sectors in each school. The coordinator reported on the results likely to be published on the Erasmus platform and agreed on how to publish, display partners on the platform and the logo. We discussed about the diffusion and permanence of the project and the need to adequately complete all the web pages. A new revision of the schedule was carried out to verify that every activity was done as well as to justify those that have been modified. Finally the sections for the final report were completed by the coordinating partner, the rests of the partners made contributions and suggestions to be taken into account. In Edirne we were received by educational authorities and some cultural visits were made.