Project Evaluation

19 responses

ORGANIZATION, COMMUNICATION AND COOPERATION

The process of the project was clearly structured and well-planned

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
83% / 15 resp.
2
Agree
16% / 3 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The project activities were well-prepared and precisely carried out

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The diverse communication media (e-mail, skype, videoconferences, telephone calls, minutes) were appropriate to exchange information and to clarify difficulties among the project partners.

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The diverse communication media (e-mail, skype, videoconferences, the platform ‘twinspace’ at e-twinning) were appropriate to get the participating students into contact with each other

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Partly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
5
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.

The Transnational Project Meetings in Germany and Spain were suited for planning basic strategies of the project.

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
88% / 16 resp.
2
Agree
11% / 2 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

Teachers’ meetings in the evening during the Learning/Teaching/Training Activities in the different countries were sufficient for discussing important issues of the project

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Strongly agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Partly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
5
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.

The sharing of tasks and responsibilities among the project partners made a successful development and completion of the project possible

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The co-ordination of the project by the project management supported the transnational teams in an adequate and effective way

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

PROJECT ACTIVITIES

The survey about eating habits, sportive activities and media consumption was appropriate to compare the lifestyle of the students in the different nationstransnational teams in an adequate and effective way

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The description of typical dishes and eating habits of the different nations provided an insight into the cultural diversity of the participating countries

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
11% / 2 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The presentation of characteristics of healthy food in form of brochures, power point presentations and videos could increase the students’ knowledge about the dependency of food and physical health

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The common preparation of healthy food during the Learning / Teaching/ Training Activities in the different countries was appropriate to motivate the students to eat more healthy food

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The selection of recipes in form of a recipe book for youngsters can help students to realize a healthy diet in everyday life

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Strongly agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The fitness test was appropriate to compare the physical condition of the participating students in the different nations

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The diverse sportive activities during the Learning/Teaching/Training Activities motivated the students for more exercise in their life

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
61% / 11 resp.
2
Agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The documentation about the causes and consequences of obesity pointed out the risks of eating disorders

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The description and illustration of dangers in the web in form of cartoons, brochures and video clips were appropriate to guide the students to an attentive and thoughtful use of the modern media

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The experience of different ways of stress relaxation in form of games, dances, music and theatre may help students to develop a personal stress management for their personal life

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The description of the different transnational educational and vocational training systems informs the students about the diverse possibilities for shaping their professional future within Europe

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
44% / 8 resp.
2
Agree
27% / 5 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
27% / 5 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The presentation of guidelines for a job application and an exemplary application folder provide practical help for composing a successful job application

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
61% / 11 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The demonstration of DO’s and DON’T’’s in job interviews in form of video clips may help students to avoid serious mistakes in a job interview

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Disagree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

A workshop for preparing job interviews helped the students to analyze their personal skills, strengths and weaknesses

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
77% / 14 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The podcast with tips for preparing a job interview may help students to be well-prepared for a job interview

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
27% / 5 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

Practising job interviews in a workshop with a professional coach supported students to behave successfully in a job interview

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The visits to different companies during each Learning/Teaching/Training Activity, were appropriate to convey an impression of the working world

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The company profiles which were presented in form of podcasts may help students to reflect on their individual working career

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Strongly agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
16% / 3 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The transnational sightseeing trips increased the geographic and cultural knowledge of the students

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The transnational sightseeing trips provided an insight into the variety and diversity of the different European countries

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
77% / 14 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The composition and performance of the rap which reflects the contents of the project intensified the corporate feeling within the project group

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The ‘Europass’ for all participants may be useful for their career opportunities

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
27% / 5 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

*ACHIEVEMENT OF PROJECT OBJECTIVES

The developed material was appropriate to increase the students’ knowledge about the importance of nutrition, exercise and a critical media consumption

*

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The project work motivated the students to lead an active lifestyle

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The project work could increase the awareness for the importance of a forward-looking planning of the future working career

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

An analysis of personal skills and competences helped students to shape their professional future

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Strongly agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

Presentations, brochures, videos, a workshop and a podcast offered useful impulses for preparing an application and a job interview

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The visits to various companies in each nation provided an insight into diverse job possibilities in Europe

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The work on profiles of the different companies expanded the students’ spectrum of career opportunities

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
50% / 9 resp.
2
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The purposeful use of the new media led to a greater professionalization

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Strongly agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The communication in English could increase the linguistic competence of the participating students

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
77% / 14 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

Competences like self-initiative, the willingness to perform on a high quality level and the readiness for lifelong learning could be improved

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
66% / 12 resp.
2
Agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The students made progress in teamwork, entrepreneurial thinking and assuming responsibility

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
61% / 11 resp.
2
Agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

Self-reliance and self-confidence of the students could be increased

17 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
58% / 10 resp.
2
Agree
41% / 7 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The thematic work influenced the reading and writing skills in a positive way

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Strongly agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
11% / 2 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The students could improve their presentation skills

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
61% / 11 resp.
2
Agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The cooperation with students from other nations led to a better understanding of the different cultures and their mutual appreciation

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
27% / 5 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The accommodation in host families contributed to a lowering of cultural barriers

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The Learning/Teaching/Training Activities enabled students, teachers and parents to strengthen their intercultural competences

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
27% / 5 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The Learning/Teaching/Training Activities offered for teachers the possibility to experience diverse educational concepts and expand their pedagogical competences

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
61% / 11 resp.
2
Agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The sightseeing trips in the different nations broadened the participants’ horizon

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
27% / 5 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

DISSEMINATION AND SUSTAINABILITY

The publication of the results on the project website provides a clear insight into the work of the project group and enables a wide dissemination

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
72% / 13 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
5% / 1 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

Regular news on the schools’ website informs the school community about the progress of the project work

17 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
64% / 11 resp.
2
Agree
35% / 6 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The publication of the results on the communication platform ‘twinspace’ at eTwinning is appropriate to give interesting inputs to other project groups

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
2
Strongly agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
11% / 2 resp.
4
Partly agree
5% / 1 resp.
5
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.

The publication of the results in form of interactive pdfs on DVDs enables a sustainable dissemination to the public

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Agree
27% / 5 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
16% / 3 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The regular newspaper reports and diverse TV broadcasts made it possible that the activities of the project became known at the local and regional level

18 out of 19 answered

1
Strongly agree
77% / 14 resp.
2
Agree
22% / 4 resp.
3
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
4
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Predominantly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The results of the project became part of the curricula of different subjects

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
44% / 8 resp.
2
Strongly agree
38% / 7 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
16% / 3 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.

The results of the project are used as teaching materials

18 out of 19 answered

1
Agree
55% / 10 resp.
2
Strongly agree
33% / 6 resp.
3
Predominantly agree
11% / 2 resp.
4
Disagree
0% / 0 resp.
5
Partly agree
0% / 0 resp.