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Monterey Peninsula: Preparing Stakeholders for Co-Creation

As part of their pilot for Real-Time Redesign, one of the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District design team’s initial priorities was to orient students and teachers to their role as co-designers. The team designed a short training session in which they gave participants an overview of the liberatory design process and created space for interactive discussion, questions, and reflection. The design team also shared their vision and problem of practice (“How might we increase flexibility and personalization to build a sense of belonging and connection within the context of our labor and policy constraints?”) to prepare participants to create solutions that would build relationships and strengthen student belonging in the district.

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Hybrid and In-Person Re-Entry Resources

Learn about ways to ensure students and educators alike can feel supported and safe when re-entering classrooms.