1. Coordinators’ meeting Cornellà 11th and 13th April 2016
Next course meetings will be as follows: Greece from the 17th to the
21st of October; Latvia from the 3rd of April to the 7th of April. There
remains to decide what to do with the meeting in Turkey. We decided to
postpone the final decision until the Greek meeting in October. However,
we talked about the 3 options that we had: to cancel the meeting, do only
a coordinators meeting or choose another European city (for that option
we need permission of each national agency, and there is the possibility
of denial from one or all the agencies). We finally agreed on distributing
the students and the job to do in the other 2 meetings. So, in Greece,
apart from the job on ICT, we will also show the presentations on the
Turkish topic (early drop out), and in Latvia we will project the videos on
the Turkish topic too.
We also decided to contact our national agencies so that they accept the
plans on how to deal with the Turkish meeting.
We also agreed that as the Turkish team would not be hosting, the
students can be hosted in a hotel if it is required due to lack of hosting
families in both Greek and Latvian meetings.
The next agreement was on the webpage. The Spanish team presented
the webpage they had prepared, and as everyone agreed, it was decided
to share the same webpage for all the partners. The Spanish team will be
the page administrators and the partners have to send all the material
required to be uploaded to the web, such as articles in local newspapers,
magazines, presentations, videos, etc.
Questionnaire: the Italian partner had the new questionnaire ready.
They informed us we had to redo the questionnaires of the previous
meetings as there had been some technical problems. They also said
that they would present the results of the meetings as soon as all the
data was collected.
EBOOK: the Greek partners talked about the eBook, and they wanted to
share the layout for the eBook with the rest of the partners. It was agreed
that the layout would be as follows: 1 page for the aim of the eBook (the
Greek partners write it); 1 page for the description of the schools taking
part in the project (the Greek partners will take care of that too); 2 pages
per meeting and country about the topic of the meeting; 1-2 pages with
the results / conclusions of the meeting (the hosting country will take care
of that); and 1-2 pages as the Project conclusion. The Greek partners
asked us to send all the documents in .doc format as that would help in
ensuring the same format for all the documents.