What age range will
# OF PARTNERS
Have you inspired on any other
project or resource? Link them
(attractive, short, referred
to the them of the project)
Write a short summary of the project. Make sure to
include relevant key words so it will be searchable.
In general, be assertive; avoid using conditionals or
expressions like “We could...”
Pose realistic, measurable objectives. Not reaching
the objectives can be demoralizing. A long list of
objectives does not make a project better. It’s their
quality and how far they are achieved what makes
Describe your main work lines: How will partners
communicate? How have you planned evaluation?
How will the students’ work organized? Are you
considering the particpation of external experts or
You can give examples of the activities you plan
to develop. How do these activities relate to the
objectives of the project?
Activities will have some concrete products. Which
are they? How will you use them to assess the
Results include work and evaluation documents,
products made by students, impact in the school
community, dissemination events...
How many schools
Mention the main subjects of the
projects, to a maximum of three.
Which will be the languages
used in the project?
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