Project results have been disseminated to the entire educational community including:
The GREAT project management team developed a sustainability strategy, which depicts the different processes to maintain and update project results. It also provides a list of activities to be carried out in order to ensure the long-term use of the main project outputs and to meet long-term impact targets and indicators. In summary, our exploitation and sustainability activities aim to achieve the following objectives:
Each project partner is responsible for their national sustainability plans including the involvement of stakeholders. AISR will guide the sustainability activities and will provide recommendations and guidelines for the continuous use of the project’s results.
Plans for the future
The GREAT project produced extremely useful outputs and outcomes, which will be further developed by AISR. The teaching materials will be further developed and on a larger scale, an interactive platform will be developed, which can be used by both teachers and students to carry out engaging and fun coding activities.
The materials produced have been implemented in AISR’s STEM teacher training and into partners’ coding lessons. They are also being used for other projects, that are related to coding. The English e-learning modules are implemented into partners English lessons and can be further developed in future projects, in order to create a comprehensive English course or even a MOOC. The opportunity also presents itself in the forms of:
We created and collected a wide range of resources for teaching and learning English.
The second TPM was held online due to COVID-19 lockdows. Partners discussed the tasks and due dates for the upcoming period and rescheduled the mobilities for 2021, in order to give participants the opportunity for face-to-face lessons and workshops.