Introduction to the Design Dialogues Curriculum: A Process for Thinking Critically with Youth about Community and Learning
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This introductory pamphlet describes the origins of the Design Dialogues (DD) project and provides some information about the original partners. The pamphlet also gives an overview of the DD curriculum, which makes up the next 10 pamphlets in the series.
The DD curriculum provides activities that are intended to engage youth in thinking critically about their neighborhoods as places where they live, work, play, and learn; articulating their shared visions for community change; and then identifying pathways for actualizing those visions.
Human Development and Family Studies, Community and Regional Planning
Human Development and Family Studies; Community and Regional Planning
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Rongerude, Jane M.; Bruna, Katherine R.; and Greder, Kimberly A., "Introduction to the Design Dialogues Curriculum: A Process for Thinking Critically with Youth about Community and Learning" (2020). Extension and Outreach Publications. 825.
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