Structural Inclusive Context

Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) predominantly have strong structural frameworks that are often ruled by formal and well-established administrative and bureaucratic processes that provide operational clarity, but not necessarily accessibility and flexibility.

The pivot showed that the formal and strong hierarchical structural dimension might be good for a sense of security and ‘holding’ the institution together, but that “fast decisions reveal flaws in our organizational structures and decision-making processes that could result in inequity and disparity between groups” (ACSAPivot to Online Learning, 2020). In unfamiliar situations, it is necessary to change quickly, with the flexibility and adaptability of any structural system. 

For a radically inclusive studio it would be necessary to:

Structural Inclusive Context: Six Inclusive Practices
The Start of a Conversation About ‘Accommodating Adaptable Infrastructure Provision’ and ‘Creating Flexibility for Individual/Unique Conditions’. Join the conversation at the bottom of the Post in the Comments section.

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