A few weeks ago, I had the chance to interview Dr. Susie Wise on the big idea of designing for belonging. Dr. Wise is a true design thinking expert who asks hard questions about the intersection of design and equity. I have followed her work for years and so I was delighted when her publisher reached out to me about a podcast interview. I read her latest book Design for Belonging in a single day and then re-read it more slowly. It’s a fast read with big ideas but it also has specific strategies and protocols you can use in both the K-12 and higher education levels. I always love when books have a visual orientation and this book is beautiful.
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About Dr. Susie Wise
Dr. Susie Wise is a design leader with experience in the education, tech, and the social sectors. She coaches leaders in equity design and innovation practices. She teaches at the d.school at Stanford and coaches with the Mira Fellowship. Previously she founded and directed the K12 Lab at the d.school and co-created Liberatory Design.
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