• Explore and apply foundational I.D.E.A. concepts, terms, and definitions

    – How would you explain the relationship between inclusion, diversity, equity, and access?
    – What does it mean to exercise intellectual humility (life-long learning, empathy) as a foundational aspect of I.D.E.A. work?
    – How can you demonstrate an understanding of someone else’s emotional point of view?

  • Critique inequality within systems

    What are the causes and consequences of inequalities?

  • Defend collective responsibility to I.D.E.A.

    What are the impacts of pro-IDEA and anti-IDEA action/inaction on a community?

  • Promote a culture which supports the free and open expression of ideas by respectfully supporting all students and coworkers – inclusive of varying viewpoints or opinions.

    What have you participated in that focused on a viewpoint different from their own?

  • Address controversy through bystander intervention and constructive dialogue.

    What strategies have you applied to resolve a controversy?

  • Advocate for a more just community

    How have you successfully challenged social problems?