1) Data confidentiality: In all evaluation tools (pre-post conceptual tests, engagement surveys, parent surveys, reflective diaries etc.), the child’s ID number (according to the attendance classroom list) will be marked instead of his or her name. In the case of children with disabilities, the teacher will puts an asterisk next to the child’s ID and will report his/her disability.
2) Conceptual understanding test: The teachers can edit and reform the conceptual understanding test in order to be more consistent with their students’ abilities, age level as well as with their learning goals. In the case of KINEMS, the teachers are requested to prepare and administer one typical test for evaluating their students’ conceptual understanding, according to the goals of the KINEMS game they have selected. The exact same conceptual test should be administered before and after the INTELed pilot as a pre-post test to all the students.
3) Engagement survey: The engagement survey should be administered right after the end of the INTELed implementation, as all the statements are focused on students’ view for the “Today class/lesson”. During the administration of the survey, the teacher reads each statement in the classroom and then each child circles his/her answer.
4) Interviews: The interviews should be audio- or video recorded and then transcribed.
5) Photos: Capture and collect as many photos as you can from the INTELed pilots (with the help of your teachers)
6) Videotaping: At least 2 cases of good practice from each partner-country will be fully documented in the form of interactive multimedia with text/narration and video elements as “Best Practices” to be shared between the partners and also become available in the project’s website for open access.