IDC 2020 Workshop 12: What we Learn When Designing with Marginalised Children
June 2020, online event
So much child computer interaction (CCI) research has focused on the process of how to involve children and technology artifact production, especially when there’s a ‘problem’ to be ‘fixed’. These insights have been hugely important, but to allow for design work with marginalised children to mature and grow in pace with the concerns of the broader CCI community we propose that there’s a need to be clear about what is learned from past experiences.
Can we learn from these encounters?
What can we learn?
What are some of the challenges?
What forms of transferable knowledge does this take?
Really pleased that we were able to carry out this workshop at the ACM Interaction Design and Children conference in June 2020, in Virtual-London 😉
To read about the discussions that this workshop generated, please visit the Inclusive education technologies website. A very big thanks to the workshop participants and co-organisers for being part of it.