Reporting for StarT 2018-2019

StarT focuses around creativity, innovative ideas and collaboration!

Students’ and educators’ work will be reported by February 2019 at the latest (date tbc). Reporting happens through an online form as short videos and learning diaries (in English). Read more about  StarT projects here and StarT best practices here

More information about reporting will be available here when the reporting starts (November 2018, tbc).

Please note: Registration as a learning community is not obligatory but it is recommended so that we can provide you with support and news about the latest materials and ideas. As such, you can report your work even if you did not register as a learning community. 


Reporting

Each school has a StarT contact person who makes sure that all relevant material is submitted through the StarT website before the deadline according to the instructions. The evaluation is based on the information provided in the reporting form by the deadline. No information can be added or changed after the deadline. Submissions not meeting the criteria will be ignored.

 

The assessment criteria and awards can be found here.