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Evaluation Report for the First Year

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Evaluation Report for the First Year

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Report For The Questionnairres for the answers of all students
( October 2017 & June 2018)

- The number of the students not even hearing about Erasmus plus was 17% and this number declined to 1%
- At the beginning the students did not know our project’s complete name but now they all know know our project’s name without any mistake
- At the beginning the students expectations were very limited such as improving English, knowing other countries but at present they added many other choices such as enterpreneurship, teamwork, different cultures
- In the first and the last questionnairre we saw that the majority of the Ss want to learn about Finland more than the other countries.
- The number of the Ss thinking about getting involved in European Perspective after the project increased from 58 % to 71 %
- There is no meaningful change towards Students’ idea about which skills will be improved and most students focused on Using English and improving ICT skills


Report For The Questionnairres for the answers of the teachers directly involved
( October 2017 & June 2018)

- We have seen that most of the teachers knew about Erasmus+ Projects before this project but the number of the teachers knowing a little bit about Erasmus increased from 33 % to 39 % but the number of “no” answers declined from 16% to 3%.
- All the teachers found Erasmus + Projects necessary for all schools both at the beginning and after the first year of the project
- The number of the teachers finding Erasmus Projects “difficult” or not having enough information about Erasmus Projects declined.
- All teachers believe that participating in Erasmus+ Projects improve school work, educational offer and Language skills
- The number of the teachers increased thinking that taking part in this project influenced his/her work at school positively and brought positive affects on relationship among students ; teachers ; teachers and students
- The number of teachers thinking that Erasmus Projects will influence their future work.
- Not all the teachers had experience on Comenius before .
- Not all the teachers were confident about their ICT level at the beginning but this rate increased after the first year of the project.
- Many teachers express their participation as a good experience.


Report For The Questionnairres for the answers of the teachers Indirectly involved
( October 2017 & June 2018)

- All the teachers involved indirectly know about Erasmus + Project after this project
- All teachers think that all schools should get engaged in an Erasmus project.
- The number of teachers finding Erasmus Plus Projects “difficult” decreased .
- All teachers believe that participating in Erasmus+ Projects improve school work, educational offer and Language skills
- The number of the teachers increased thinking that taking part in this project influenced his/her work at school positively and brought positive affects on relationship among students ; teachers ; teachers and students
- The number of teachers thinking that Erasmus Projects will influence their future work.
- Not all the teachers had experience on Comenius or other international projects before
- The number of teachers improving their ICT confidence increased
- Many teachers think that working in a team is exciting and these project should always exist especially for students.