Personal learning journeys: First day

SDC face to face events bring practitioners and experts physically together. During one week the DDLG Network discusses new approaches and their practical application. So what does it mean to participate in such an event? What do participants expect from the interaction with colleagues? What kind of learning set-ups do they appreciate? What do they learn? What is their learning journey?

The reporting team has interviewed 4 participants throughout the workshop to document their learning journeys: 2 SDC colleagues working in the field, 1 colleague from SDC headquarters, 1 SDC project partner.

At the start of the f2f event, participants tell us about their first impressions and their expectations for the workshop:

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