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Dart board of evaluation

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To evaluate the feelings of the participants regarding different elements and horizontal dimensions of the training course.
To receive a feed-back on different parts of the course;
To identify what was working well and not so well

Description of the tool

Participants are asked to put marks with a marker on a drawn dartboard. The dartboard will be divided into 8 areas corresponding to the following elements:

•Group Dynamics;
•Food, accommodation and atmosphere;
•Techniques, contents and methods used;
•Programme in general;
•Participant-team relations;
•Balance between work and free time;
•Your own contribution;


It gives a useful visual overview of the evaluation of participants on different elements in the programme.

Other comments

There will be a scale on dartboard from centre to outward. Centre: 12; others are 8, 4 and 1. This can provide a numerical evaluation for the final report. Do not allow participants go and put the marks all at the same time; do it one by one otherwise it will be chaotic.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

End of all types of TCs

and addresses


Materials needed:

A drawn and colourful Dartboard with the written elements;
Markers for each participant



Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

SALTO EUROMED (on 11 June 2009)

and last modified

11 June 2009

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