* The aspects of the meetings were scored 1 to 5


FIRST MEETING IN TURKEY

100% of the teachers thought that the meeting was well planned; site visits were informative; social/cultural activities were well thought; the opinions of all the partners were taken into consideration in an equal and unbiased manner; and the food provided was suitable and of a good standard.

75% of the teachers thought that all the partners contributed to the success of the Meeting; presentations were interesting and relevant; any sensitive cultural differences were properly identified and treated appropriately; and the meeting met their expectations.

62,5% of the teachers thought that all partners were well prepared; the accommodation was suitable and of a good standard; and the meeting did not at all change the image they had about the partners of the project.

As for the students, 86% of the students were extremely happy with their host families and they spoke English extremely during the visit; the remaining were very much happy with their host families and they spoke English very much during the visit.

57% of the students thought the trip was extremely interesting and they liked extremely the activities that we did at school. The remaining thought the trip was very much interesting and they liked very much the activities that we did at school.

71% of the students had not at all communication problems and the remaining had somewhat communication problems.

The most beneficial aspect of the meeting for the students were as follows:

86% Visiting another country

71% Multi-cultural and Trans-national exchange & Co-operation

57% Combined activities, personal development and feeling more as a member of the European community

43% Hospitality - Food & beverage

29% The opportunity of personal contact-meeting partners in person and Arrangements, discussions & agreements for next activities

14% Presentations of each partner-school


SECOND MEETING IN POLAND

100% of the teachers agreed that all the partners contributed to the success of the Meeting, the opinions of all the partners were taken into consideration in an equal and unbiased manner, any sensitive cultural differences were properly identified and treated appropriately and that the Meeting met their expectations.

89% of the teachers agree that the meeting was well planned, however 11% said that it was almost well planned.

78% of the teachers agreed that all the partners were well prepared, while 22 % said that the partners were mostly prepared.

67% of the teachers agreed that the presentations were interesting and relevant, while 33 % said that the presentations were rather interesting.

56% of the teachers said that the site visits were informative, while 44% of them said the site visits were almost informative.

89% of the teachers agreed that the social/ cultural activities were well thought.

78% of the teachers agreed that the accommodation was suitable and of a good standard, while 22 % of them were rather satisfied.

89% of the teachers answered that the food provided was suitable and of a good standard, while 11 % of them were rather satisfied. 


THIRD MEETING IN ITALY

100% of the teachers gave the highest rating = 5 to the following aspects: 

  • the meeting was well planned 
  • presentations were interesting and relevant
  • site visits were informative
  • social/cultural activities were well thought; the opinions of all partners were taken into consideration in an equal and unbiased manner
  • any sensitive cultural differences were properly identified and treated appropriately 
  •  the meeting did not at all change the image they had about the partners of the project.

100% of the teachers gave score ≥ 4 to the following aspects:

  • the partners were well prepared and contributed to the success of the meeting 
  • the meeting met my expectations.

100% of the teachers gave score ≥ 3 to the following aspects: 

  • accommodation was suitable and of a good standard 
  • food provided was suitable and of a good standard.

As for the students : 

All the students were extremely happy with their host families except one that was sufficiently happy;

5/7 students thought that the trip was very much interesting, the remaining thought it was extremely interesting

4/7 liked very much the activities done at school, the remaining 

3 liked it sufficiently

4/7 spoke English intensively during the visit, the remaining 

3 spoke sufficiently

6/7 had somewhat communication problem, the remaining 

1 had not at all communication problems.


FOURTH MEETING IN PORTUGAL

100% of the teachers agreed that the meeting was well planned; presentations were interesting and relevant; site visits were informative; social/cultural activities were well thought; the opinions of all the partners were taken into consideration in an equal and unbiased manner; accommodation was fully suitable and of a good standard; and the food provided was fully suitable and of a good standard.

89% of the teachers agreed that all the partners contributed to the success of the meeting and that the meeting met fully their expectations.

78% of the teachers agreed that all the partners were well prepared.

67% of the teachers agreed that any sensitive cultural differences were properly identified and treated appropriately.

56% of the teachers thought that the meeting did not at all changed the image they had about the partners of the project.

As for the students, 

86 % of the students were extremely happy and the remaining were very much happy with their host families.

71 % of the students thought the trip was extremely interesting and had not at all communication problems and the remaining had somewhat communication problems.

57% of the students spoke extremely and 29% spoke very much English during the visit.

57% of the students thought that the meeting fully changed the image they had about the partners of the project.

43% of the students liked extremely and 29% liked very much the activities that we did at school.

The most beneficial aspects of the meeting for the students were as follows:

86 % visiting another country and multi-cultural and trans-national exchange & co-operation;

71 % hospitality - food & beverage;

57 % the opportunity of personal contact-meeting partners in person and personal development;

43 % combined activities and feeling more as a member of the European community;

29 % presentations of each partner-school and arrangements, discussions & agreements for next activities;

14% making new friends.


FIFTH MEETING IN GREECE

100% of the teachers agreed that :

  • the meeting was well planned 
  • all the partners contributed to the success of the meeting
  • presentations were interesting and relevant
  • social/cultural activities were well thought
  • the opinions of all the partners were taken into consideration in an equal and unbiased manner
  • any sensitive cultural differences were properly identified and treated appropriately.
  • accommodation was fully suitable and of a good standard 
  • the meeting met fully their expectations

75% of the teachers agreed that:

  • all the partners were well prepared
  • the food provided was suitable and of a good standard

50% of the teachers agreed that:

  • site visits were informative

37,5% of the teachers agreed that:

  • the meeting changed the image they had about the partners of the project.

As for the students,

100% were extremely happy and the remaining were satisfied with their host families.

42,87% thought he trip was very much interesting 

28,57% thought the trip was very extremely interesting 

28,57% thought the trip was rather interesting and

14,29% thought the trip was sufficiently interesting 

28,57% liked extremely the activities that we did at school 

42,87 % liked the activities that we did at school very much 

28,57% liked sufficiently the activities that we did at school

57% spoke only English during the visit

42,85% spoke a lot English during the visit

57,15% had not at all communication problems and 

42,85% had few communication problems.

42,85% thought that the meeting changed sufficiently the image they had about the partners of the project.

14,28% thought that the meeting changed in a the image they had about the partners of the project and

28,57% thought that the meeting not at all changed the image they had about the partners of the project.

The most beneficial aspects of the meeting for the students were as follows:

100% feeling more as a member of the European community

86 % visiting another country 

71,43% personal development

28,56%% hospitality - food & beverage and the opportunity of personal contact-meeting partners in person

14,28 % combined activities and presentations of each partner-school