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Term 4 Diversity & Inclusion Youth Design Challenge: Educator PD session

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The Diversity and Inclusion Youth Design Challenge is still running in Term 4 2023. 

The challenge can be run with your students in various ways using our toolkits and curriculum links. 

You can choose to run this challenge in a 90 min session (where students can continue on at their own pace) through to a full-term program. 

Join us for special Educator PD session where we break down:

  1. Introduction to design thinking and the challenge
  2. How to use the resources (including digital templates)
  3. Facilitator tips and tricks for running the challenge 
  4. How to enter student projects for feedback and the opportunity to become a Finalist/Winner

More about the Challenge

Between July to November 2023, we have been challenging young people aged 10-21 across Australia to ideate solutions to:

"How might we reimagine a more diverse, inclusive and accessible world for young people?" 

As part of this challenge, we're asking young people to focus on one of five key themes: 

  1. Cultural Diversity: How might we encourage the practice of understanding and celebrating people from different social and ethnic backgrounds including First Nations people?
  2. Accessibility: How might we help create safe, accessible and inclusive practices and spaces for people with seen and/or unseen disabilities?
  3. Identity: How might we help create safe, accessible and inclusive practices and spaces for everyone?
  4. Regional and Rural Development: How might we build diversity, inclusion and accessibility in regional and rural Australia to support local communities?
  5. Technology: How might we utilise technology to encourage and enable accessible and/ or inclusive practices?

If you haven't already signed up for the resources please do so here.

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