The platform is structured by four pillars which outline the four main areas of focus in practicing inclusive education: Community Building, Connective Communication, Critical Self Reflection, and Contextualization of Knowledge. Underneath each of the pillars are a number of assets and resources (what we call toolboxes) focusing on more practical and specific interventions.
1. The pillar for Community Building is the foundation on which the other work of inclusion can be built.
- These activities and resources help to establish a safe-space.
2. Inclusive interpersonal and group dynamics require Connective Communication.
- These activities and resources help to establish a brave-space.
3. Critical Self Reflection, helps discern yourself from others through personal and professional reflection.
- These activities and resources help to establish personal growth , which is a building block to meaningful connection with others.
4. Contextualization of Knowledge encourages reflection on representation and the power relations within which the knowledge we produce and reproduce, as academics, has been created.
- These activities and resources help to establish intellectual and societal reflection and connection.