Useful tips for KA101 and KA102 projects-5


Our project,

• What are the impacts on your organization?

• What are the implications for your environment?

• How will you evaluate your project?

• How will you carry out dissemination activities?

The roadmap should look like this:

European Development Plan Objectives> Activities> Impacts

Expected effects should be considered in the following contexts:

Impacts for your organization:

Paragraph 1:

Expected impacts on the organization: The impacts of all activities of the project on the organization can be mentioned. Impacts should be considered as short, medium and long term effects. The objectives and their impact should be extended to the post-project period.

Paragraph 2

Expected effects on participants

a) Professional effects

b) It should be considered as individual effects.

Paragraph 3

Effects on other personnel

Paragraph 4

Impacts on students: For example, if you want to reduce absenteeism in your institution, this should be summarized.

Absenteeism should be written long-term in the European Development Plan. It may take a long time to achieve the goal with sub-activities.

Short-term objectives: ası The project will contribute to the promotion of the school, the activities set an example for other institutions, successful students can come to our school in other schools and the recognition of eTwinning projects can increase in the EU. “Can be written.

Long-term goals, on the other hand, may increase university entrance rates, increase school academic success, etc.

Participants or activities can be written here.

Professional Impacts: Course gains can be started.

Individual Impacts: Impacts such as the development of language skills, increased experience in travel, working with the team, opening the horizon with the vision of the EU, and the development of human and social relations can be written on the participants.

The gains and effects of local activities can be mentioned. Seminars, workshops, meetings, etc.

Impact on students, interest in school, social communication skills with teachers, academic success can be expressed in ways that can be increased.

Environmental effects:

What can be the contribution of provinces, districts and EU? However, there should be no mention of difficult objectives to be achieved here.

District, city level: Improvement can be achieved on other institutions with the same problem. It can serve as a good example for EU projects, cooperation between schools and promotion of the district can be provided.

Impact at country level: Project products and outputs can be shared with national authorities to contribute to policy making.

Impacts across the EU: International strategy documents can contribute to policy-making across the EU. Schools suffering from similar problems can benefit from the outputs of our project.

How will you evaluate the project results?

The project should be considered as a whole. How will the level of achievement of the objectives be assessed?

The evaluation process may include all activities, outputs and objectives. It has to be done within a certain program. An Evaluation Program should be established. Who will evaluate? The persons who will carry out these activities are not necessarily those who go abroad or school staff.

Methods and techniques to be used in the evaluation should be mentioned. Qualitative and quantitative methods should be used. For example, a test can be performed as a qualitative assessment that results from the interview with the participants.

How will the dissemination activities be carried out?

Dissemination activities should be carried out within a calendar. The calendar covers the process from pre-project to dissemination.

When creating a calendar,

• Who and with which tools,

• What kind of personnel should be done

• Who / who is the target audience?

• Plans should be made from school to large masses.

• Dissemination activities that exceed institutional capacity should not be established.

The dissemination means may be as follows.

• eTwinning

•Social media

• Website for the project

• Local press

• Books, brochures, etc.

• Seminar, conference

• Parent meetings

• Local stakeholder visits


A short summary should be written.

Although not taken into consideration in the scoring, it has an impact on the positive approach of the external experts examining the project.

When writing a summary, consider:

• Content of the project’s problem area

• Objectives of the project (according to needs)

• Activities to be carried out for these purposes

• Number and characteristics of participants

• A general description of the results and impacts

• Long-term positive results

While writing the abstract, it should not contain any explanations that would disrupt the integrity and create a question mark in the minds of the experts.

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