Good practice criteria

  1. Effectiveness and efficiency: adapting the results obtained to the previously established goals;
  2. Internal coherence (between activities, results and goals) and external coherence (with regard to benchmark educational policies);
  3. Reproduction: the capacity for reproducing and adapting the activities and materials (to be adapted to several public groups and contexts);
  4. Participation: on the technical, personal (mobilisation), social (relational order) and cultural (knowledge of the contexts, life experiences etc.) levels;
  5. Level of satisfaction: the participants' development of positive attitudes;
  6. Degree of innovation: creating new solutions (in the process and product) by taking account of aspects, activities, materials, strategies and approaches;
  7. Access: relating to the facility for accessing and using economic and practical resources
  8. Added value: in developing skills;
  9. Facility for organising: need (or lack thereof) for having advance training for implementing functions;
  10. Effectiveness of the learning: the quality of the QECR skills developed based on the project concerned;
  11. Institutional recognition: degree of visibility of the project's practices and the tools for disseminating it;
  12. Sustainability: use of already existing resources and/ or production of new resources;