External Evaluation

In order to evaluate the achievements of the project, a questionnaire about the project products was administered to some external stakeholders: representatives of the industrial world, company consultants and vocational teachers.

The project partner Risorse in Crescita has been given the responsibility of preparing the questionnaire because they have a lot of experience in this field and many contacts with organisms of various types. They prepared a questionnaire on the materials and on the project processes and chose the organizations who evaluated the project products.

The Red Team components were given a project summary and the project materials; they had the possibility to access the project platform with the role of students in order to evaluate the Open Online Courses in Mathematics and Science.

The materials which have been assessed are those prepared during the project life: the website (e.g. structure, usability, graphics), the platform (e.g. structure, usability and the didactic materials contained), the two reports prepared by Accademia delle Scienze (Topics report and Competences report) and the report written by Marina Marchisio about the teachers’ need analysis questionnaire.

The Red Team questionnaire contained twenty questions with closed answers.

Risorse in Crescita collected and analyzed the questionnaire results. Anna Tombesi illustrated the outcomes during the SMART Project last meeting in Turin, focusing on the impact of the project on the world of work.


LUCA GIUMAN, free lance



ROBERTO PANIZZOLO, university professor

VALTER BORSATO, free lance

MATTEO BUFFA, free lance

LUCA GUZZONATO, free lance

PIERO MICHELONI, HR Manager of Tyrolit Vincent

STEFANO ZARPELLON referent for Academy of Baxi

Products Questionnaires

Red Team Questionnaire

Results of Red Team Questionnaire

Risorse in Crescita: Slide show

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