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The Result and Report of the Pre-Assessment Test for the teachers

The test was applied in the 1st transnational meeting held in Trento Italy (23-26 May 2022).8 project teachers have implemented the test (https://forms.gle/Gimvtck2y3CkV1LQA ). The report from the result can be seen below;

According to the results;

1. 8 teachers took part in the pre assessment test.

2. While 62.5% of the participants have participated in any kinds of Erasmus+ projects before, only 37.5% of them have no experience before.

3. %50 of the participants have participated in eTwinning projects while the other half has not.

4. All of the participants stated that they often upgraded their professional knowledge and competences through seminars, webinars, courses etc.

5. 12.5% of the participants rated their knowledge about English Language Education System (as a second language) including Spoken English in the partner countries as 2 out of 5 while 50% of them rated themselves as 3 out of 5.12.5% of them rated their knowledge on the mentioned topic as 4 out of 5 whereas 25% of them rated as 5 out of 5.

6. 100% of the participants stated that they had already heard about Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).

7. 62.5% of the participants stated that they have used or they use CEFR to categorize their students' English level in their organisation while 37.5 of them, which consists of mainly the Turkish teachers stated that they do not use it.

8. 75%of the participants stated that they hadn’t prepared their own assessment test to categorize their students’ level of Spoken English while 25% of them (one teacher from French partner and one teacher from Irish partner) stated they did it before.

9. 62.5% of the participants rated their knowledge on other cultures as 4 out of 5 while 12.5 of them rated themselves as 2 out of 5. None of the participants have rated themselves as 5 out of 5.

10. 50% of the participants think that the preparation of pair work activities on exchange of culture will increase their knowledge of other cultures completely (5 out o 5) while the rest rated their idea on it as 4 out of 5.

11. 37.5% of the participants rated their knowledge on environment and climate change as 3 out of 5 while 50%of them rated as 4 out of 5. Only 12.5% of the participants rated his/her knowledge on the mentioned issue as 5 out of 5.

12. 50% of the participants think that preparation of group work activities on environment and climate change will increase their knowledge of climate change (5 out of 5) while 37.5 of them rated their guess as 4 out of 5. Only 12.5 of them rated as 3 out of 5.

13. 62.5% of the participants rated their knowledge on asynchronous learning as 3 out of 5 while only 12.5 of them rated themselves as 5 out of 5. 25% of them rated it as 4 out of 5.

14. 50% of the participants think that they are good at creating and managing pair and group work activities to run asynchronously while 50% of them think they are good at it partially.

15. 75% of the participants think that the collaboration with foreign colleagues will improve their English competences while 25% of them think it will be partially.

16. 87.5 of the participants think that the project activities will improve their digital competences while 12.5% of them think they will improve their digital competences partially.

17. 87.5 of the participants think that the collaboration with foreign colleagues will improve their professional competences while 12.5% of them think it will happen partially.

18. 100% of the participants think that the pair and group work activities that will be run asynchronously and interactively will boost their students' level of spoken English.

19. 62.5% of the participants stated that they knew what soft skills were. 25% of them stated that they knew about them partially while 12.5% of them knew nothing about soft skills.

20. 87.5% of the participants think that their students will be able to improve their soft skills as well as their spoken English skills while 12.5 of % them think it can happen partially.
















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