SS_EVALUATION RESULTS FOR THE 4TH MEETING IN PÓRAJ

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EVALUATION RESULTS FOR THE 4TH MEETING IN PÓRAJ STUDENTS:

EVALUATION RESULTS FOR THE 4 TH MEETING IN PÓRAJ STUDENTS 8 th – 12 th October 2012 Comenius Project 2011-2013

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European Country Number of responses Cyprus 3 Czech Republic 1 (twice) France 3 Germany 1 Greece 1 Italy – Chieti 2 Italy – Nettuno - Spain 3 Poland - 1. Where do you come from? www.iconspedia.com

2. Grade the information about the 4th Comenius meeting you received at your home school before the meeting.:

2. Grade the information about the 4th Comenius meeting you received at your home school before the meeting.

3. Did you do any special arrangements to prepare the meeting at your home school? Tell us about them.:

3. Did you do any special arrangements to prepare the meeting at your home school? Tell us about them. We worked in the project by taking photographs to illustrate an article of the Universal Declaration of HHRR and discussed them. (7) We found out information about Póraj, Poland, Auschwitz, Krakov, etc. (4) Nothing special/ I can’t remember. (4) A contest to choose the participating SS (a Powerpoint on the impact of the Spanish civil war on the 7 arts and also photographs representing a HR)

4. If you were a guest student, grade the atmosphere at your Polish home and your stay in Póraj.:

4. If you were a guest student, grade the atmosphere at your Polish home and your stay in Póraj .

5. If you were a host student from Póraj, grade the experience of hosting an international student at home.:

5. If you were a host student from Póraj , grade the experience of hosting an international student at home.

6. Grade the atmosphere at the Gimnazjum im. Kazimierza Górskiego and your relationship with the students from the other participating countries.:

6. Grade the atmosphere at the Gimnazjum im . Kazimierza Górskiego and your relationship with the students from the other participating countries.

7. Did you enjoy the timetabled activities at the meeting?:

7. Did you enjoy the timetabled activities at the meeting? Excellent/exciting/interesting places, museums and villages. (14) It’s a pity that we couldn’t work together after such visits as Auschwitz-Birkenau. (2)

8. Grade the balance between activities and breaks or free time.:

8. Grade the balance between activities and breaks or free time.

9. Which activity/activities did you like best?:

9. Which activity/activities did you like best? Auschwitz-Birkenau (10) Krakov (7) Art centre workshop (3) Everything (2) Football and volleyball (1) Activities with Polish partners on last day of school.(1)

10. Which activity/activities did you like the least?:

10. Which activity/activities did you like the least? None (5) Polish lessons (5) Chestochowa (3) The relay race. Museums in Krakov. Art workshop.

11. Have you got any suggestions as regards the activities which may be useful to improve the next meeting in France?:

11. Have you got any suggestions as regards the activities which may be useful to improve the next meeting in France? No suggestions (3) More meetings and debate (3) Trips and activities in international groups (2) Visits having to do with HHRR Decrease the visits to museums To contact host students earlier. Regular lunchtime – No changes Football

12. Grade your contributions and participation in the timetabled activities.:

12. Grade your contributions and participation in the timetabled activities.

13. How much do you feel you've learned about the project after this meeting?:

13. How much do you feel you've learned about the project after this meeting? A lot (9) When you talk to people from other countries and cultures and spend a week together, apart from getting very close to one another, you learn a lot. The places we visited, especially Auschwitz, helped us to understand to what extent HHRR were violated during the 20th C. This experience will follow me for a life. The art workshop helped me think of the meaning of HHRR. I have learned about the project from art, music and poetry.

14. Do you agree that the fact of participating in this project has opened your mind to other cultures, languages and also to the European dimension?:

14. Do you agree that the fact of participating in this project has opened your mind to other cultures, languages and also to the European dimension?

15. Do you think that participating in this meeting and sharing this experience with your educative community (i.e. teachers, classmates, school, family, etc.) may benefit all of its members?:

15. Do you think that participating in this meeting and sharing this experience with your educative community (i.e. teachers, classmates, school, family, etc.) may benefit all of its members?

16. Assess the fourth meeting in Poland.:

16. Assess the fourth meeting in Poland.

17. Write any comments or suggestions that can improve the next meeting in France.:

17. Write any comments or suggestions that can improve the next meeting in France. None (3) More meetings and debate (3) More group activities instead of attending lessons (2) Improve the coordination between host students. Better to choose/match people of the same age. Decrease visits to museums. More drama. Football.

18. Would you join the next Comenius meeting if you were invited to? Would you encourage your classmates to attend the next meetings in Valénce or Karben?:

18. Would you join the next Comenius meeting if you were invited to? Would you encourage your classmates to attend the next meetings in Valénce or Karben ? Yes, of course I’d participate again and I’d encourage my friends too. (15) Amazing and interesting experience I’ll never forget. (6) You make a lot of international friends (3) Beautiful to work and talk together about HHRR. You learn other languages apart from English. What you learn form these trips is extremely valuable.

Thanks for your attention!:

Thanks for your attention! The Spanish Team

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