Judit Queral from Spain shared her own story about the project.
Talking about her experience, she pointed out her first time in this kind of project: “The SEEDS project for me was a great experience filled with new knowledge. It was a big learning experience. Because I am a PhD student and SEEDS was my first participatory-research methodology study.”
“Working on a project that is driven by teenagers from the ground up was a very rewarding experience – says Judit. – I was fascinated to see how teenagers explained their interests and needs related to their lifestyles. It was noticeable that they were interested and motivated to participate in all the activities that they designed during the co-creation process.”
Judit also mentioned what she learned in the SEEDS project: “I learned a lot of things but I highlight two main things: I learned a new and innovative methodology for scientific projects that I never used before. Also, I learned to work with adolescents and learned how to involve and motivate them in a scientific project.”