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Stanford d.School Empathy Interview Guide

When designing change in a district, it is essential that leaders hear directly from students, families, teachers, and classified staff (i.e., those most impacted by teaching and learning). This guide from the Stanford d.school provides in-depth guidance about how to best plan for and conduct empathy interviews, which are powerful ways to elicit student, family, teacher, and classified staff perspectives.

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Activity: Reflect on Equity in Your Solution

When designing change, teams should regularly pause to reflect on whether equity has been embedded in their process and whether their...

Activity: Making Sense of Empathy Interviews

When designing change, teams make sense of input and feedback from students, families, teachers, and classified staff to identify what...

Activity: Reflect on Equity in Your Process

When designing change, teams regularly pause and reflect on how equity is embedded in their change processes.