MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY

CICERS TACKLING GENDER EQUITY

The team has conducted an environmental scan, interviewed stakeholders, mapped typical sporting journeys for females and identified leverage points for change. The team is currently developing and testing prototypes. CIC is meeting weekly with the students and guiding them through design processes that work well for social challenges and complement the existing CIE curricula. CIC’s expertise in social innovation and creativity means that we have been able to introduce tools and methodologies that the team would not otherwise have exposure to.

The CIE program is staged over four months, with students working in teams to respond to the brief of challenge sponsors. CIC is supporting a team as they develop an idea to promote gender equity in sport. The idea needs to be inventive and viable so that a project partner can pick the idea up and run with it.

CIC INTO ACTION

Teachers and school leaders have built their capacity to lead ongoing change at the school. More specifically, they have developed knowledge, resources and processes that will enable them to systematically and effectively develop innovations that transform learning, enhance outcomes and bring the school’s vision to life.

Watch this space. The team will be finalising their solution by June 2019.


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