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EVALUATION RESULTS FOR THE 5TH MEETING IN VALENCE TEACHERS:

EVALUATION RESULTS FOR THE 5 TH MEETING IN VALENCE TEACHERS 6 th – 12 th February 2013 Comenius Project 2011-2013

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European Country Cyprus Czech Republic France Germany Greece Italy – Chieti Italy – Nettuno Spain Poland 1. Which European Country does your delegation represent? www.iconspedia.com

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Congratulations! Everybody answered! www.iconspedia.com

2. If you were a visiting delegation, grade the information you received from the hosting country concerning the organization of the trip and the arrangements for the fifth meeting in Valence.:

2. If you were a visiting delegation, grade the information you received from the hosting country concerning the organization of the trip and the arrangements for the fifth meeting in Valence.

3. If you belong to the French delegation, grade the information you received from the visiting countries for the organization of the meeting before their arrival.:

3. If you belong to the French delegation, grade the information you received from the visiting countries for the organization of the meeting before their arrival.

4. Write any comments or suggestions that might be useful when organising the next meeting. (Part 1):

4. Write any comments or suggestions that might be useful when organising the next meeting. (Part 1) No comments (2) About hosting families: Make sure they are informed about their responsibility to provide meals and snacks to the students they are hosting. Distance between the school and the host families. Distance between the hotel and the school. Better organisation of the meals at the school canteen. Health and food particularities if relevant.

4. Write any comments or suggestions that might be useful when organising the next meeting. (Part 2):

4. Write any comments or suggestions that might be useful when organising the next meeting. (Part 2) Facilities at the hotel. Weather forecast. The agenda in Karben should be sent asap. A discussion about the eTwinning Quality Label may be useful because after the meeting in Karben, our project will have finished. Therefore we could apply for this European Prize.

5. Grade the coordination among the Comenius partners before the meeting and the organisation of distant communication.:

5. Grade the coordination among the Comenius partners before the meeting and the organisation of distant communication.

6. Have you got any comments or suggestions as regards the organisation of distant communication? (Part 1):

6. Have you got any comments or suggestions as regards the organisation of distant communication? (Part 1) No comments (4) About chat sessions: We need fixed dates and reminders. More participation. The issues to be dealt with during the chat sessions should be known in advance. It would be good if most teachers had a Skype connection to get more instant communication.

6. Have you got any comments or suggestions as regards the organization of distant communication? (Part 2):

6. Have you got any comments or suggestions as regards the organization of distant communication? (Part 2) Use the Facebook group more often to keep in touch with students. Read and answer mails.

7. Think of this fifth meeting in France, grade the progress being made and the results of the meeting.:

7. Think of this fifth meeting in France, grade the progress being made and the results of the meeting.

8. Do you think that any relevant topics/discussion have/has been neglected? What additions would your delegation make to the agenda?:

8. Do you think that any relevant topics/discussion have/has been neglected? What additions would your delegation make to the agenda? No, everything relevant has been considered and discussed. No additions (9) “All the important subjects of our project were dealt with. It was a nice round off of our project. Congratulations to the French team!”

9. Grade the scheduled programme at the meeting.:

9. Grade the scheduled programme at the meeting.

10. Do you think the time frame given to the different timetabled activities has been adequate? Has there been enough time? Do you think there's been a balance between activities and breaks or free time? (Part 1):

10. Do you think the time frame given to the different timetabled activities has been adequate? Has there been enough time? Do you think there's been a balance between activities and breaks or free time? (Part 1) Everything has been well-balanced and well-planned (5) Not enough time for some activities that were interesting and could have taken longer (e.g. when discussing attention to disabilities, some countries couldn’t take part in the discussion) More time for breaks was needed or more relaxed activities in the afternoon. We were too often in a hurry because of lunch at school and the imposed time.

10. Do you think the time frame given to the different timetabled activities has been adequate? Has there been enough time? Do you think there's been a balance between activities and breaks or free time? (Part 2):

10. Do you think the time frame given to the different timetabled activities has been adequate? Has there been enough time? Do you think there's been a balance between activities and breaks or free time? (Part 2) Probably there wasn’t enough time in Lyon. Too much time on discussions that have not always been well prepared (e.g. After the visit to the Armenian Heritage Centre)

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 1):

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 1) In General… Debates and workshops of TT and SS working together. (6) The visits to places denouncing the violation of HHRR in the host countries (e.g. Auschwitz, Armenian Cultural Heritage Centre, etc.) (4) Drama performances. (2) Organization of the visits by students. Students leading debates, tours, doing NGO’s introductions, etc. (3)

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 2):

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 2) Students always in the first rows at meetings and debates so that they feel they are the main focus. The participation of students in workshops. Art, music and poetry are of great importance for the communication of ideas, so this topic can certainly be used for other Comenius projects. In Čelákovice , the Czech Republic - The live presentation of educational systems by some students.(2)

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 3):

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 3) In Limassol, Cyprus - Common discussion about HHRR in the Assembly Hall (2) In Chieti, Italy English lesson through karaoke (3) In Póraj, Poland The experiences and messages of the educational visits (Auschwitz-Birkenau, Zarsky, etc.) (3) The pottery workshop Foreign teachers doing a class for local students.

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 4):

11. Think of the five meetings we've had so far. What kind of activities in the programme or group dynamics do you think have been more successful and could be "copied" or taken as models for future meetings in this or in forthcoming Comenius? (Part 4) In Valence, France Speed debate in circles (3) Workshop on the physically disabled students’ difficulties in P.E. Students leading and introducing activities such as debates, tours and NGOs presentations.

12. How do you feel about the social and cultural activities in the programme?:

12. How do you feel about the social and cultural activities in the programme ? Excellent, satisfying, interesting and exciting (8) OK (1) “We were able to get to know the area and the most important landmarks in spite of the bad weather.” “We have had the occasion to deepen our knowledge about the school system, the colleagues, the foreign students and some of their families, the social and cultural environment.” “Joint action (e.g. the creation of the performances) is the most valuable form of cross-cultural bonding.”

13. Grade the students' contributions to the project and participation along the meeting.:

13. Grade the students' contributions to the project and participation along the meeting.

14. Grade the welcome by our French partners and your stay in Valence.:

14. Grade the welcome by our French partners and your stay in Valence.

15. Are all the steps to be taken before the next meeting in Karben clear enough?:

15. Are all the steps to be taken before the next meeting in Karben clear enough? Clear, everything OK. (5) Except for… Lack of draft of the agenda and the possibility to discuss it. Hosting families Musical costumes and coordination

16. Explain what areas in the project seem more unsteady or need more discussion. (Part 1):

16. Explain what areas in the project seem more unsteady or need more discussion. (Part 1) No unsteady areas (3) Action (2) “Future actions in our school to safeguard HHRR.” “To be able to put into practice all the good intentions and the results of the discussions we’ve been doing along the Comenius through real projects at our schools.” “Can we see any changes at our school before and after the project? Are our students becoming interested or involved with any NGOs or charities as some SS in the Lycée are?”

16. Explain what areas in the project seem more unsteady or need more discussion. (Part 2):

16. Explain what areas in the project seem more unsteady or need more discussion. (Part 2) Music (better organisation) More activities involving students and teachers to discuss the integration and difficulties of disabled students. The right to have an environment without pollution (e.g. clean water)

17. Have you got any suggestions or useful tips for the German team? (Part 1):

17. Have you got any suggestions or useful tips for the German team? (Part 1) None (4) “In the final meeting we should try to find the better way to share our reflections, suggestions, and considerations among the schools involved, the common citizens and our politicians so that our project could contribute to the building of a real European family, a big family where all the problems or obstacles of a country belong to all the countries, which have to cooperate to solve them.”

17. Have you got any suggestions or useful tips for the German team? (Part 2):

17. Have you got any suggestions or useful tips for the German team? (Part 2) Make sure that students’ contributions and work are equally distributed so that all of them work equally. Organize a meeting with families and students because they don’t read the messages and mails properly. Give all the necessary information and repeat it several times with a very precise schedule. Ask the delegations to give their students all relevant information about the schedule and rules in the hosting country.

Thanks for your attention!:

Thanks for your attention! The Spanish Team

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