How do you design for diversity, inclusion, and equity in your community? #EduCommunity Answers (Part 4 of 5)

  • Voice and choice
  • Inviting purposely
  • Asking questions
  • Design by starting with the people who will be part of the community — their needs, hopes, desires. Include all voices.
  • Intentional conversations and action-oriented responses
  • When people understand each other, they can embrace this in the community
  • Tolerance bringer peace
  • Inspiring your community to come together for a common cause
  • Flexibility, always changing, communication, risk-takers
  • University students + K-5 students + children’s hospital + industry
  • New + real problems
  • To include diverse teachers in planning
  • Talk to students all the time
  • Intentionally self-reflect and assess. Bring new voices to the table. Move the table if needed. Identify and reach outside your network. Co-design.
  • Ask hard ?s. Bring in all stakeholders. Go slow.
  • Include voices from the community representing the diverse perspectives
  • Value everyone’s perspective and make mission-aligned decisions
  • Bringing multiple perspectives to the table
  • The UE program is open to all students — everyone is learning communication skills and part of the conversation
  • Bring people together in neutral places and create a new revised network
  • Meeting students where they are. Lots of individual modifications
  • Reach out to different communities
  • LISTEN FIRST
  • By knowing they exist and find solutions in those space. Stakeholder input
  • Creating a variety of learning opportunities for each required skill
  • Open
  • Reuniting a diverse group of participants
  • Designs that don’t create a marginalized student → materials, access, visuals, culture, language
  • Visioning process
  • With a common goal with all parties considered
  • We promote restorative justice
  • Make efforts to include all stakeholders (not centrally race)