What is this?
Co-designing is a way to design solutions with the people you’re hoping to benefit instead of for them.
When should I use this?
Co-design is a great method to use when you have a clear target for the education policy you’re working on and want to involve them in the process.
More about this...
Co-design has the double benefit of creating stakeholder investment and improving ideas. Usually, co-designing happens in a workshop format that orients people to the challenge, then uses various methods to engage them in generating, prototyping, and testing solutions. This resource provides a step-by-step guide for planning and facilitating a co-design workshop.