Spatial Inclusive Context

The spatial inclusive context is our main and unique contribution to the reconceptualization and expansion of the Inclusive Excellence (IE) Framework (Williams et al. 2005). Through the spatial inclusive context, we consider the studio as a physical, pedagogic, and cultural space. As we universally teach our students about inclusive spatial design, about equality, diversity, and accessibility for the use of spaces (CABE 2008; Brownell 2018), we must apply the same rigorous design imperatives for the learning and teaching spaces that we create, and consider the role of design in access to learning spaces (ACSAReleases Statement Addressing Racial Injustice, 2020). We identified twelve inclusive practices listed in Table 7.

Spatial Inclusive Context: Twelve Inclusive Practices
The Start of a Conversation About ‘Maintaining Social Presence in Online Spaces/Maintaining a Sense of Community’.  
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The Start of a Conversation About ‘Negotiating the boundaries between learning settings’
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The Start of a Conversation About ‘Ensure tactility and community engagement’.
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The Start of a Conversation About ‘Consider different media’.
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The Start of a Conversation About ‘Communicate wayfinding and navigation of learning settings’.
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The Start of a Conversation About ‘Employ flexible learning’’
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