So we sought to clearly articulate our goals and values. First, we identified four primary habits that we hope our practice embodies and inspires in students: responsibility, curiosity, empathy, and participation. We seek to take responsibility for our choices to work in the open and to reflect on the impact of those choices for ourselves and others. Similarly, we hope to carefully weigh how we wish to participate openly and how that participation may impact others. In all of our work with open pedagogy, we seek to inspire curiosity, empathy, and cultural humility as we encounter and enter into dialogue with varied identities, perspectives, cultures, and ways of being.