Inclusive Innovation

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    Recruitment and Retention: Pilot Solutions Designed by Teachers of Color (Phase I)
    (Digital Promise, 2023-02) Bland, Jennifer; Smith, Kimberly
    This report profiles five public PreK-12 learning education agencies across the U.S. that participated in the Digital Promise Center for Inclusive Innovation Teacher of Color Recruitment and Retention cohort and utilized the Inclusive Innovation model to create and launch locally contextualized programs designed by teachers of color.
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    Inclusive Innovation: Increasing Recruitment and Retention of Teachers of Color
    (Digital Promise, 2021-01) Gold, Thomas
    To address the inequities in the teaching workforce and the importance of ensuring all students experience learning from diverse teacher perspectives, Digital Promise launched an initiative to engage teachers of color in developing solutions to improve the recruitment and retention of teachers of color. This report summarizes observations and learnings from design studios and a culminating showcase.
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    Empathy Interviews for Developing Inclusive Computing Pathways
    (Center for Inclusive Innovation, Digital Promise, 2021) Coenraad, Merijke; Hodge, Malliron; Ruiz, Pati; Mills, Kelly; Burke, Quinn
    This interview protocol includes five steps to conduct an empathy interview. In the Empathize Phase of designing an inclusive computing pathway, empathy interviews are conducted. Empathy interviews allow you to hear the stories and experiences of someone who will use what you are designing and learn about their realities, in this case, a student.
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    Designing a Process for Inclusive Innovation: A Radical Commitment to Equity
    (Digital Promise, 2019-11-06) Angevine, Colin; Cator, Karen; Liberman, Babe; Smith, Kim; Young, Viki
    This paper starts from the premise that missing from existing education R&D is a radical commitment to equity. The paper presents Inclusive Innovation, a model that reimagines authority, decision-making, and risk in the context of education R&D and provides an overarching framework for authentically engaging underrepresented stakeholders at the earliest stages and shifting their roles to leaders, participants, and beneficiaries. The power of Inclusive Innovation is that it doesn’t just invite underrepresented voices and perspectives into the innovation ecosystem; it places them at the center of it.