During the lunch break, they recommended us to use the canteen in the center which proved to be a great idea since the food was tasty and was very rich with variety with a great price. On this same day, we had our guided city tour which was also extraordinary! The guide was super organized and flexible with everyone and at the end I was surprised how many places we were able to visit during the roughly 3 hours. Most prominent places, like Charles bridge and the amazing castle premises were covered during this tour. On day 2, we started our course in a more serious way discussing what students need and she talked about PERMA which stands for positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning and accomplishment. The training always included an interactive work that we needed to do either with the whole group or in separated groups which made us get close to each other and exchange our thoughts and ideas. Discussion followed about how to differentiate instructions for mixed ability and special needs students and how to develop effective communication skills. All types of special needs students were mentioned and I realized that there was always room to study new things that I did not know about. Focus was made on how giving feedback was important to be specific, accurate, objective, timely, usable, desired by the receiver and checked for understanding.