- STORIES BY THE STUDENTS AND ACTIVITIES
All the stories presented by students have significantly shown how students see the problem of Refugees in our countries. Students have made a great effort to try and understand what is a refugee, what are their main problems and what the possible solutions could be. Teachers have guided them to reach their conclusions and prepared the acting of the stories.
After that, students have participated in a Kahoot Activity, in groups, so they could show their understanding of each story.
- PROJECT REPORT
Each country has made the intermediate report and it has been sent to their National Agency.
- WEB PAGE
We will try to disseminate the results of each visit through our web page. We will invite the students, teachers, parents, and the school community in general, to visit our web page and see the activities we have made so far. It is important to work on the local and regional impact of our project.
Each country will send to the coordinator (Marian, Spain) an evaluation of the whole activity so we can see how we can improve our results. Also, teachers and students will make a questionnaire through our web page. The results will be analyzed by the coordinator to reach conclusions.
Each country is using the Mobility Tool to control our budgets. We are doing well with them.
These are some activities we’ll do to disseminate the project:
a) Make the web page popular within our school community.
b) Send news to local, regional newspapers or tv channels.
c) Radio interviews.
d) Create a bank of actitivies that teachers of all subjects in our school can use with the stories our students have created.
e) Use local resources to make our project popular.
f) Use oficial social networks at school to show the activities
g) Let our colleagues know in staff meetings and workshops what we have learnt in the visits.
- VISIT TO SPAIN
The final activity of our Project will take place in Spain. The Transnational visit will be from the 1st to the 3rd of June 2018.