by Logan D. A. Williams
Because of the nature of systemic oppression, it is important to percolate inclusive practices throughout all levels of the Academy. This includes how we engage and interact with our peers and our students on a day-to-day basis (as taught through typical DEI training on micro-aggressions and teamwork). It also includes the content of what we teach and how we teach it.
Over the years I have encountered a variety of resources for engaging in contextual problem solving that do not discount culture, but instead frame culture as essential to solving technology design problems. I'm very happy to share them with you.
Activities for Contextual Problem Solving