Feedback on #improvesheff Design Challenge Workshop
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What was your main takeaway?
 

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Please rate the following statement: I left with a good understanding of the design thinking process.
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Please rate the following statement: I can see myself using design thinking (or elements of it) again.
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Please rate the following statement: I would like to participate in additional design thinking events to continue building on the work we began at the design challenge.
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Now that you've had some time to reflect on the process/event, are there things you, your program (if you registered as a team), the workshop organizer (Gina), or the facilitators (Sarah and Christine) might have done differently to make the workshop more useful for you?
 

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During the event, teams generated statements to capture some of the challenges they think should be addressed as we work to #improvesheff. We have summarized these ideas below. 

Please check off the themes/ideas you would be most interested in working on over the next year. Please keep in mind that these are only ideas--we're not asking for your commitment, rather trying to get a sense of needs/priorities and interest levels! 

If you have come up with any new user needs/problem definition statements, please feel free to share in the "Other" section.  

Use the comment section to share any ideas, feedback, or concerns about specific ideas listed. Please specify which idea you're commenting on (e.g. #3: I agree that broadening conversation is important, and have some suggestions about possible topics...).

Assessing family needs in Sheff schools
Collaborating with other stakeholders to develop a long-term, comprehensive plan to achieve quality sustainable education for every child
Broadening conversation and addressing myths/perceptions about integration
Creating learning environments and experiences that acknowledge, value, and honor students' differences and individual holistic needs
Increasing connectiveness between parents and schools in order to support students
Developing a plan to promote and support racial and economic integration among families living in the city
Finding ways to ensure equal access to quality educational opportunity for all families across the capital region
Developing and operationalizing a commitment to naming, understanding, and addressing racism and white supremacy by centering the experiences of the most marginalized, to avoid replicating or reinforcing oppressive systems of power and privilege
Improving the definition of diversity (compliance) in order to give more students access to quality integrated education
Empowering parents to transform existing neighborhood schools into high performing schools (documenting and sharing best practices in magnets, etc.)
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Is there anything you'd like to offer to this effort as we move forward? (Share info about your expertise, resources, time/energy to help develop specific ideas, etc.) Any additional ideas you'd like to share?
 

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Do you plan to attend the Sheff Movement meeting from 10AM-12PM on November 19th? (Location: Sheff Movement, 75 Charter Oak Ave, Hartford, CT 06103)  

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