Tuesday 29 October 2013

Mira`s feedback

Name: Mira Ziad khamees Bahar   
Project: Common ground project
Project dates: 9/9/2013
What feedback did you do? Where/ when/ to whom?
I have to lay down and view the project to the students and teachers of Abu Dis Girls High School on Monday, 09/09/2013
Why did you choose that sort of feedback?
How did it go? 
I have to talk to the students about the experience that I've made ​​and the flight to Britain, and I told them about the beautiful things and additions to add this experience to me has met with applause and admiration of students and teachers
What went well? Like the students in this project and their willingness to do this experiment
What did not go so well? Did not  something bad happens
Ideas for future work (this might include feedback from people who heard you – what did they suggest?)
To do the work of Britain's summer camps for Palestinian groups to work on strengthening the English language through the British so groups and help them learn
Evidence attached: Please return us photos/ article/ other evidence of feedback – we will often use this on the project blog! 

This should be returned to CADFA/ Dar Assadaqa within six weeks of the end of the exchange.
Explanation – Feedback after CADFA projects
We are very concerned that our projects are not just for the people who join the visits but reach other people – schools, colleges, organisations, newspapers...  We participants to do formal feedback as part of each project and it helps us to build for the future. For this reason we take a deposit from people before they join the project and we ask them to do one of the following within six weeks of the end of the project.  When you’ve done this we’ll return your deposit.

Acceptable feedback
A talk to an organisation/ an article in a student paper or newsletter/ an exhibition of your photographs or videos/ other (discuss with us)  
Best wishes - CADFA and Dar Assadaqa.

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