The results produced by the Learning for Life project are:
IO3 – Teaching Package
1) Learner Tasks and Teachers Guidelines
From this section it is possible to access 12 didactical units. The units are based on PBL (Problem Based Learning) and MI (Multiple Intelligence) theory. Each unit is accompanied with a specific guideline for teachers in order to enable them to use the units.
2) National Evaluation Reports
All Learner Tasks and related Teachers’ Guidelines have been tested at national level by the teachers involved in the project. The results of the testing are reported in a transnational evaluation report.
Coordination of Activities
3) Partners' Meeting
4) Financial Manual
The guidelines contain a description of the financial rules as well as templates for the accounting of project costs, models and examples.
5) In progress Activities Reports
The activities reports are produced on a three monthly basis by the project partners and directly uploaded on the project web site.
6) Project web site
The management section of the project portal has been created in order to support the partners with the project management.
Quality and Monitoring Plan
7) Quality Plan
The quality plan identifies for the intellectual output the relevant milestones and indicators of performances.
Three issues of the quality plans are produced during the project life cycles:
8) Transnational Evaluation Report
The internal evaluation report is produced for the final report and contains a detailed description and analysis of the project activities carried out and the project results achieved by the project partnership.
9) Transantional Dissemination Report
The dissemination report is produced for final report and contains a detailed description and analysis of the dissemination activities carried out by the project partnership.
10) Dissemination Section
It contains the electronic dissemination forms filled by the project partners for every dissemination event carried out.
11) Promotional Material
Information brochures translated in the project languages.
12) Involvement of project beneficiaries
The network is composed by the schools involved in Poland, Portugal, Romania and Spain. Each school is presented according to a common template.
13) Involvement of key actors
As a result of the exploitation activity a number of associated partners officially joined the project in order to contribute to the improvement of the project impact on their target groups and to ensure the project sustainability by continuing using the project deliverables in the next years.
14) Press Review
The project partnership made contacts with web sites focusing on the fields of the project in order to guarantee the visibility of the project results.