My wow for this week:
The way that Shelley Moore chose to represent true inclusivity was my “wow” for this week. I like that she chose a different pattern for each “person” in the inclusivity diagram, as opposed to only identifying some as different. This concept was also my wonder for the week, because it wowed me as well as made me think.
My wonder for this week:
In Shelley Moore’s story, the comment about the student got me thinking about inclusion and “othering”. Before I read what the student’s issue with the diagram was, I looked at the diagram, and did not see why it was a problematic representation of inclusivity. Then, reading the student’s comment that there should be no “other” at all for true inclusion, I really got it. It got me thinking about what other social issues I may think that I am well-versed in, but am actually misled.