Q1: How would you evaluate your involvement and effort to the project? 8% 0% 9% no work 29% little work right amount of work 54% a lot of work too much work
Q2: How were you involved in Comenius project ?252015 10 5 0 Been on a trip Been on a trip ( in your own Help to in another Undertook a country ) create/take country video Other part in activities at presentation conference school** Other activities at school** • I have been the coordinator of the program (3), •Worked on preparatory meeting in Poland, Helped to make the final report, •Prepared the Chemical water analysis workshop for the students, Helped to prepare the events at school - World Water Day, World Health Day
Q3:Have the students reflected positiveattitudes related to the topics covered in the project? 4% 4% 0% (strongly disagree) 1 29% 2 63% 3 Q4: Do you feel that your students 4 achieved the original learning 5 (strongly agree) objectives? 8% 4% YES MAYBE No 88%
0% Q5: How much did your students enjoy the project?0% 0% (A litle)1 2 37% 363% 4 5 (a lot) Q6: Do you think the realisation of the Comenius Project has contributed to enrichment and diversity in the school curriculum? 0% 12% 17% YES RATHER YES 71% RATHER NO NO
Q7: Which part do you consider most valuable for students ? **Other, please specify: Videoconference Hosting international students Participating in foreign visits Working in groupsTaking part in presentations explaining the project to the school communityVisiting sites relevant to each topic, within the students’ local region. Preparing presentations, posters, leaflets e.t.c 0 5 10 15 20 25**:Taking our young people out of their comfort zone, getting them to collaborate with other young peopleinternationally is a fabulous opportunity to improve their self belief and awareness as European and Worldcitizens, helping to challenge prejudice and increase understanding.Get our students out of their homes, be hosted and giving them the possibility to collaborete with other teens indifferent counties.
Q8: Do you think the Comenius Project was widely published in school ? Do you think4% there was enough information ? 21% YES RATHER YES 54% RATHER NO 21% NO Q9: Do you think you had the relevant support within your school to carry out your role in the Comenius Project? YES 0% RATHER YES 25% RATHER NO 37% NO 38%
Q10: Do you think you had the relevant support within your Comenius partnership to carry out your role in the Comenius Project? 0% YES 13% RATHER YES RATHER NO33% 54% NO Q11: Do you think you had enough time to undertake the tasks ? YES RATHER YES 0% RATHER NO 25% NO 33% 42%
Q 12: Do you think video conferences were useful ? 12% YES 25% RATHER YES21% RATHER NO NO 42% Q13: Do you think a project like this is an opportunity that would be relevant to teachers’ continuous professional and personal development ? YES 4% 4% 9% RATHER YES RATHER NO NO 83%
Q14: Thanks to this project you improved: 20 15 10 5 0of innovations and classroom activities tools organizational skills awareness of foreign languages The use of My planning and new ICT My cultural knowledge My My communication skills Strongly agree Agree Disagree Strongly disagree
Q15: What do you think were the main benefits of the Comenius project for the school? **Other, please specify: Increased involvement between the school and the local community Positive interaction between students and staffThe opportunity to cooperate with other schools and share best practise Increased academic motivation and attendance in participating students Increased maturity in students Increased Cultural / ecological awareness 0 5 10 15 20 25 **: Taking our young people out of their comfort zone, getting them to collaborate with other young people internationally is a fabulous opportunity to improve their self belief and awareness as European and World citizens, helping to challenge prejudice and increase understanding.