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  1. 1. TrEE Teaching Recycling and Enviromental Education “Report on the activities realized; planning of the next TrEE steps” Teresa ANCONA III transnational Meeting Bulgaria
  2. 2. Project activities resume • Initial Research • Selection of best practices • Improvement of innovative training activities • Dissemination and Exploitation of results • Monitoring and Evaluation • Reporting to National Agencies
  3. 3. What we did … 1/3 • Meeting in Italy: 28th – 31st October 2013 – Kick-off meeting • Blog  • Social Network: – Facebook Page  – Twitter Account: can we consider to not use it and focused all the activities on Facebook Page? • Logo  • Newsletter 1  • Articles in local newspapers or magazines, local meetings with stakeholders
  4. 4. What we did … 2/3 • Local activities: 1st stage: from January 2014 to May 2014  – Informal calls at local level, – Video productions, – Local Exhibitions and Photos Catalogues, evaluation of the activities • Brochure  • Initial Country Research  • Country Researches Presentation (PPT)  • 2nd Meeting in UK 
  5. 5. What we did … 3/3 • Midterm Evaluation Implementation – Partnership evaluation test  – Outputs/activities evaluation for relevant Target groups test: results to be connected and sent to Ulixes until the 18th July (final evaluation of 1st year activities will be presented in Turkey) • Best practice Selection IT  • Intermediary Report for National Agencies ALL  • 3rd Meeting BG 
  6. 6. Partnership evaluation 1/2 (IT, UK, BG, DK, TK, PT, HU) • Communication between partners (Tools, frequency, content) 4 • Implementation of executive planning (objectives, workplan, involved target groups, involved stakeholders, distribution of tasks) 5 • Cooperation between partners (involvement of staff and learners, cooperation, motivation, proactiveness) 4
  7. 7. Partnership evaluation 2/3 • Coordination and project management (tasks implementation, respecting deadlines and planned activities, availability, efficiency, effectiveness) 5 • Involvement of your institution in the project (staff and learners involved, interest in the topic, activities planned and completed, information and internal dissemination) 4 • Involvement of your target groups and stakeholders in the project (staff and learners involved, interest in the topic, activities planned and completed, information and local dissemination) 4
  8. 8. Partnership evaluation 3/3 (comments and suggestions) • The collaborative partnership between countries has been enjoyable and has provided much insight into the benefits of Environmental Education across the EU. • The project could be improved in the production of a standardized resource which all partners could use to evaluate the effectiveness of didactical teaching methods. Currently, the stark differences in expertise and target groups means that direct comparisons between countries may not be easily identified • In this project, It is really important to use waste for recycling, protecting the nature balance and decreasing the harm that we give to nature. Thanks to recycling, by saving our natural resources, energy, supporting economy and decreasing the percentage of rubbish, we save the future • The thing we like the best- the ability to establish contacts with representatives of various organizations from other countries, it helps to expand our knowledge of the world; in this particular project, we learn more on the topic of environmental. • The thing we would like to change-maybe we should be a little bit more active throughout the period of performance of the project and to promote the project activities through the media. • We think that it’s important to organize other projects on these themes (environmental respect) and to think activities focalized for citizens, shops and corporations of workers to sensitize better people on daily actions and choices
  9. 9. What we have to do … 1/2 • Newsletter 2 IT – Best practice selected – Short reports about local activities each partner has to send maximum 10 lines to describe the first year local activities and Target groups involved until 18th July – II meeting UK, III meeting BG • First stage Local Exhibitions Report and Materials products TK – Short report with photos produced by each partner has to be sent to TK until 31st July • Local activities: 2nd stage: from September 2014 to March 2015* ALL • 4th Meeting TK
  10. 10. What we have to do … 2/2 (2015) • Second stage Local Exhibitions Report and Materials products PT • 5th Meeting PT • Final Videos Collection HU • Final photos catalogue of Local Exhibitions DK • Exploitation plan IT • Newsletter 3 IT • Evaluation Report IT • 6th and Final Meeting IT • Final Report to National Agencies All
  11. 11. Utilities for the III meeting • Signatures Registers - • Certificates of attendance - • Satisfaction tests - all • Transnational meeting agenda - • Transnational meeting report - • Photos - all
  12. 12. thanks!