Courses: Unlearning & Questioning

Unlearning & Questioning
This resident intensive will orient incoming students to the intellectual framing and approach to be employed in the Inclusive Design program. Students will: engage in critical analysis of prior learning and established assumptions regarding foundational knowledge and skills in design, development, policy, education, assessment, research and evaluation; critically examine explicit and implicit values and assumptions; practice educational engagement that encourages divergent thinking, constructive critique and attention to the full range of human diversity through a variety of learning experiences; engage in collaborative projects that develop inclusive practices and provide opportunities to reflect on common conventions that support or undermine inclusion and inclusive design; and meet mentors within a number of stakeholder groups. Students with credit in INCD-6B01 may not take this course for credit.

Subject: Inclusive Design
Departments: Graduate Studies
Academic Level: Graduate
Course Code: INCD-6001
Last Updated: June-07-17 6:15 AM
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