email@example.com EVALUATION FORM
This evaluation form aims at exploring the impact this Erasmus+ project has had on the people who were, in one way or another, involved in it. Discussing abstract notions, such as "home", as well as concrete suggestions about the challenges Europe faces, you - as participants of this project - have reflected upon your idenity as European citizens. Your answers, therefore, to the questions below will demonstrate to what extent young people living in the seven partner-countries feel "@home-in.europe".
1. What was your role in the firstname.lastname@example.org” Erasmus+ Project?
Student in one of the 7 partner-schools
Teacher in one of the 7 partner-schools
Principal in one of the 7 partner schools
Parent/Guardian of a student participant
Collaborator in an activity that was included in this Erasmus+ project
Which country do you come from?
3. If your answer to the previous question is YES, then could you describe the impact this has had on your personality, ideas and/or skills?
2. If you are a student in one of the partner schools, did you participate in one of the visits in a school other than yours?
4. If you are a student or parent, did you host a student from another country?
5. If your answer to the previous question is YES, then could you describe the impact this has had on your personality, ideas and/or skills?
6. If you are a teacher, principal, collaborator of this Erasmus+ project, then could you describe the impact this has had on your personality, ideas and/or skills?
7. This Erasmus+ project aimed at exploring “Heimat”, that is what “home country” means to citizens of Europe. Describe the way this Erasmus project has influenced the way you feel when you read this sentence: “Europe is our home.”
8. This Erasmus+ project discussed the ways Europe treats and/or should treat refugees coming from around the world. Has this Erasmus+ project influenced the way you feel about refugees coming to Europe? Regardless of whether the answer is yes or no, please explain the reasons why.
9. This Erasmus+ project explored the similarities and differences of childhood experiences across Europe. Name one similarity and one difference that you consider to be most important.
10. As a participant of this Erasmus+ project, what do you think should be done to improve the everyday life of young people living in Europe?
11. This Erasmus+ project explored various ideas about the future of Europe. Please, name one thing that should be done to make young people feel at home in Europe in the future.
12. Finally, has this Erasmus+ project made you, personally, feel at home in Europe? Why/ Why not?
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