This survey contemplated two targets: students and teachers outside the partnerships. For students, they were asked to evaluate Apps available on Google Play. 73 students responded and the feedback was extremely positive. Teachers, in addition to being asked the same, was also sent the tutorial produced for the training of teachers, so that they also evaluate. 65 teachers from several countries in Europe, but also from the USA, Mexico and Puerto Rico, gave an account of the quality and usefulness of the subjects. (The results of this survey are available on the dissemination platform). We believe that this dissemination / evaluation strategy was extremely effective and constitutes a good practice to be applied in future projects.
1- On the follow link can be found all the dissemination material
— Ciencias&Bilingüe (@CienciayErasmus) June 20, 2018
1- Apps For Good Portugal
The Portuguese Students that made the BioMaze APP participated on the International Contest, Apps For Good. They were able to go to the national contest phase and were interviewed by a national television (SIC) and a national radio (Antena 1). It was a way of exploiting all the work, evaluating the results and, of course, disseminating the project.
- Antena 1
- Video on Facebook
- Presentation made by the students
3- Made for Europe National Contest
The County Stage of the Contest: two students from Scoala Gimnaziala nr.1 Ungureni participated at this competition which was held in Botosani. They were accompanied by two teachers: Enacache Ovidiu and Sandu Marcel.
- Mazuru Andrei had a presentation about the wikitude places in Spain – he was awarded second place.
- Ianis Alexandru Dascaliu had a presentation about his mobile app made in appinventor. He was awarded third place