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  • Recap of what we did last year in our first 2 co-design sessions
  • Result of all 3 sessions will be the design brief
  • Working with indigenous community is one idea - not committed to yet
  • We’re thinking to do embedded co-design 
  • Embedded co-design:
    • Identify communities/groups we want to work with
    • Reach out to those communities to find participants
    • “Train” facilitators from those communities
    • Folks who are trusted members of the community
    • Sometimes we participate and sometimes we don’t
    • It’s good to be there to have some influence over the process, but this also changes the dynamic of the session
  • How to have continuity from last sessions?
  • Were there participants in last sessions who would be willing to facilitate?
  • Continuity is important at this point since we are trying to “wrap up” and create something concrete
  • There are a few participants from last sessions who we could approach to lead indigenous co-design sessions
  • We had talked about doing virtual session
  • The co-design sessions are more about the structure and function, rather than content? Yes
    • It would be good to clarify this going into the next session to have a starting point
  • We did do one virtual session on the cities project - it was really challenging
    • This could help with continuity from previous sessions
    • Only one person brought something
    • On cities project, teachers were assigning prep work to students, so they did it :)
    • If we do something virtual, perhaps it wouldn’t need to be “live”
    • Give folks time to complete the activities over a period of time
    • What if we combined a live session with giving folks some time to do some preparatory work?
    • In past we asked folks to bring details about a project they are working on
    • Will people realistically engage in prep work?
  • Storytelling process at Re.Vision 
    • E.g. a page of context, a journal article, come with a story if you want
    • Prepwork that is fun! E.g. the All About Me bag - easy to do
    • Give people a framework to prep something if they want to, but not mandatory
    • Could we create something brief that would provide the continuity we want?
    • The tactility of this is interesting in context of digital platform
    • Collect screenshots of digital platforms, sites that they like, that were useful to them
  • Are questions a good way to frame this?
  • We need to review what we did at last 2 sessions
  • We talked about bringing sketches to this last session, based on what we did before
  • The challenge is in bringing these to an entirely new group of people
    • Have some returning folks and some new folks?
  • Last session was a year ago - have participants been involved? Not in constant contact
  • A guided session - lots of room for dynamic engagement
  • Still have continuity with previous participants
  • Recruitment in past through Project Re.Vision
    • Pedagogy and teachers, diversity of embodied experience, those who may not normally come across pedagogy around embodied experience
  • BiT members will collaborate on recruitment
  • Dates? Maybe a bit too soon
    • Do some sketching first and then talk about dates
    • Some idea? 
    • April/May are busy 
    • End of April - not great for IDRC
  • Aiming for something similar to what we did in past (not embedded co-design)
  • Next steps - IDRC to do some sketching and rough outline of what the session might look like
  • Then determine a specific date
    • At least 3 weeks in advance would be useful
  • All of us to review outcome of previous sessions
  • Meet again first week of April - April 4 same time (1pm ET)
  • IDRC to check to see if anything is missing from wiki page and add
  • BiT is mocking up a pedagogical tool - a teaching module


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