Before we had the meeting in the Netherlands, the students had to create a logo which expresses the theme and countries involving the project.
We divided our group of 28 in smaller groups and gave them the assignment to create a logo concerning the project and the participating countries. It is very important to let their artistic minds work without trying to control the process.
We then chose the best logo of our country to join the contest.
Here you can see the outcome students created in the five countries.
During the week all the students could vote via a survey made in google forms to choose the winning logo.
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