Follow up and Impact

During the project development, and even after its closure, there will be various activities and 

evidences, which will allow to realize the quantitative and the qualitative degree of its achievement.

- Diagnostic questionnaires about the music of each country. Two questionnaires will be completed - one at the beginning and another after the activities, to make sure that the knowledge of the students has improved.

- Questionnaires and interviews to evaluate the degree of satisfaction relatively to the work

done.Each group work composed by the Director, a teacher of each department, members of the

Parents Association and a member of the Municipality will verify the progress of the work and the

satisfaction of the stakeholders.

- Linguistic skills will be tested, namely during the execution and presentation of the work in the


- Digital competences will be also tested through the work posted in the blogs using web tools to

check the students' competences in this area.

- Physical competences will be tested in the participation of the students in events, in which the

traditional dances of each country will be presented.

- Musical competences - the inscription and participation of the students in the school choirs will be a precious reference of their involvement and music knowledge, as well as a means of cultural


- The number of students and other members of the community involved is very meaningful to prove the interest and the skills.

- Workshops and dissemination in schools from pre-school and first cycle studies (from 3 to 9 years old), receptive and interested in this kind of interchange, which will be performed by the partners students, is a contribution for the future.

The achievement indicators will depend not only on the competence and the will to do their best, but also on external and unpredictable factors, although remedial measures have been agreed on. That is the reason why all partners must take into great account each individual and group motivation, the implementation of a strong safety feeling relatively to the social and cultural abilities, as well as a special tolerance towards difference or disability.

A report contextualising 'pedagogical musical practises', relating it to other work, identifying its qualities and limitations, detailing its potentials, the strategic significance of teaching and learning it will be the product of a detailed documentation process including future music projects conducted to test the efficiency of working on music from other countries, and the involvement of the joined cultures is related to other practices in technology and English learning . The report will be in English and translated into the national languages of the partner organizations as a part of the dissemination activities. The success of the report will be assessed concerning the feedbacks from a wide variety of target audience including teachers, ICT and educationalists.