Friday 9th September, 2016
By Iman and Laura
Today, as the last day of the meeting, we could notice some low energy within the group, but nothing that a good energizer couldn’t save!
Our task today, as a group, was about wrapping up activities that we had already started yesterday, finalizing our writing contributions for the book and manual. Coordinators of both intellectual outputs gave a glimpse of what the final product will be looking like, and that was quite helpful so participants could have an overview of how their contributions will be treated and included within the project results!
Because it’s the last day, we had the opportunity to have on overview of what we have been sharing and discussing during the week. That was the Spanish team that took us through the CanDo Journey, giving us the opportunity of rescuing ideas, questions and feelings, not only from this meeting, but also from the two previous meetings held in Spain and Germany… It was amazing to realize how much we had already shared all together… We mentioned as well all participants that had participated in all CanDo meetings and we had their names written amongst ours…
As part of the CanDo Journey, we were given names of other participants and we were asked to write something that reminds us of the person who’s name we had on the card. Then we shared it out loud and that was really funny!!!
From the coordination team, we had the opportunity to tell about our experience during this week and to mention in a written way “what went well” and “what could have been better”. Evaluations where handed to Mike that promised to type them up and forward it to the group!
We also acknowledged about the Europass Certificates that each of the participants will receive for each LTTA meeting that had attended.
Dinner today will be a bit earlier in order to have a bit more time to party at the Brighton Pier to close all together this fantastic week that much have been shared in… Participants shared their feelings about being thankful of having participated in the CanDo experience, not only from the professional perspective but from the personal perspective as well.