The students were given two sticky notes of different colours.
On one of them, they were asked to write what the Erasmus project helped them achieve.
On the other note, they were asked to think of what they expected of the project in the future.
Then they presented their notes to the rest of the group and shared their experiences, achievements, regrets and expectations. Finally, they stuck their coloured notes on the walls in the classroom.
All the students agreed that it was a good, positive and fun experience. They were led to look back and realise what the project brought them, how it improved their skills and knowledge and how it changed their personality.
They also became more aware of what it could bring them in the future, what they wish it developed in their character, personal and social life.